|Review: Ignorabimus - Dab Da Zorp|
|Dab Da Zorp|
Label: Guano Records
Year released: 2000
Genre: Doom Metal
Review online: November 9, 2004
Reviewed by: 4th Horseman
for:Dab Da Zorp
Rated 0/5 (0%) (0 Votes)
So…what we have here is a Doom Metal band from Estonia. Ignorabimus play sad and melancholic music using growling vocals. The vocals are of the Gothic kind where they are not really brutal, nor aggressive, nor even that harsh; just guttural and melodic. Musically too, we are talking pretty mellow and not that heavy. I wouldn't say that this is the best doom act for you to check out but "Dab Da Zorp" is a good start and I just might look into their 2004 full-length as a result.
The album opener is a really cool track as well as "Anathema" and "Redemption." But most of the songs really just get muzzled in with each other and don't really stand out. So there you go…3 really good songs and the rest are decent. This is okay Doomy Gothic Metal but I think the band would benefit from a second guitar presence throughout making things a little heavier. The songs are good, but the way they are structured, they always leave you craving for something heavier to hit you. It just doesn't happen on most of them.
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