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Seedna – Forlorn

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Maybe a pure coincidence, but it seems I’m reviewing a lot of “the third” albums. This is the one of Seedna, an atmospheric and soundscape enthusiastic Black/Doom band from Sweden. And it has a “post” hint as well. The music is lengthy and demands patience of the listener, as some would consider it tedious. For example the track “Frozen”; after minutes of a repeating tone and whispering vocals, it explodes into a dissonant Black Metal track. If you are a pure Black Metal fanatic, this will not appeal to you, as you have to wait to long for “something” to happen. If you enjoy lengthy soundscapes combined with Black and Doom metal, with a dark somewhat depressive atmosphere, you can give this a listen. (Ricardo)

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