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Windfaerer – Tenebrosum

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I’ve heard Windfaerer efforts before and although it didn’t grabbed me for 100%, I did witness some good musicianship within a couple of songs. The Melodic Black Metal has a folky twist (thanks to the violin) and when we are on the subject…because of the subtle use of the violin (when it’s not folky), an extra element to emphasize the atmosphere. A New Jersy version of a Khors and Winterfylleth combination? Sort of, but it’s without doubt a strong album which is more a frozen lake with the winter sun shining bright than a frosty and dark night in the woods. (Ricardo)