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On disc: Farcry

Slaves Of Chaos - Lars Bjørn - 3 stars

Slaves Of Chaos

Slaves Of Chaos
(Tmina Records - 2012)

Hungary is also represented on the metal scene. Farcry has released their debut album via Tmina Records, and the frontman Kiss Tamas is doing his best to create the right mood and inject his metal into the listeners. They do a variant of black metal that is based on techno slow epical inputs to the songs to give it a different dimension. But the 10 songs is accidentally caught in a standard mainstream black metal where they can't come with something that can excite and move the listener from what is already present in the black metal music already. If there is no surprises the songs will drown in the basket of standard black metal, and that is unfortunately the case with Farcry. Besides that, I don't know if it really is a good idea to mix techno metal with black metal, it doesn't work very well when Farcry is doing it, the songs will not get more personality of it, and it will not make it easier to get the music into your head. I hope that Farcry will be able to make some music with more string and power in the future, otherwise the coming years will be difficult for them.

3 stars

Lars Bjørn


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