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Enshadowed - Magic Chaos Psychedelia (2013)
Enshadowed is a Greek Black Metal band created in 1998 by Â?N.e.c.r.oÂ?, the main guitarist of the band and steadily member from the beginning, inspired, mainly, by the Scandinavian Black Metal scene.
Until 2001 the band released 1 promo tape, 3 demos and took part in many underground live shows under the name Â?Nocternity EnshadowedÂ?, once, supporting Â?Ancient RitesÂ? live show in Athens.
In autumn of 2001 the band signed a contract with the Hellenic "Black Lotus Records" and after a change in bandÂ?s name just to Â?EnshadowedÂ?, they recorded their debut album "Messengers of the Darkest Dawn". The second album, entitled "Intensity", came after one year. Both of the albums were distributed by Â?Black Lotus RecordsÂ?.
Inside the next 3 years Enshadowed released some underground tape editions and continued with live shows in Greece and support acts to bands like Impaled Nazarene, Arkhon Infaustus, Zemial, and Dark Funeral.
In the middle of 2007 "Stronghold-Diaphora Records" from Germany released "Messengers of the Darkest Dawn" in double gatefold vinyl with bonus tracks and the whole three demos of the band in the 2nd vinyl disc. More, in the same year, debut "Messengers of the Darkest Dawn" was re-pressed in CD format by "Zyklon-B Productions" (Greece) with new layout and bonus tracks.
After some months the same label released in CD format a split album between Enshadowed and Thornspawn (USA), titled Â?6.6.6Â?. In June of 2007, "Deathrash Armageddon" from Japan released in 500 copies a split 7'' EP between Enshadowed and Mantak (Malaysia).
In 2009 Â?Necromancer RecordsÂ? from Germany released a 7Â? split vinyl EP between Enshadowed and Vulturine (Brazil), limited to 300 copies in hard cover gatefold case. In the same year a 4-way CD split release came out together with Burial Hordes, Devathorn and Angristridden, limited to 500 copies.
In 2011 the band began preparing new songs for a full length release.
After the rehearsal period of the album and some live shows in Athens supporting Belphegor, Mayhem and Dodheimsgard, the band entered Â?Devasoundz studiosÂ? to record the third album Â?Magic Chaos PsychedeliaÂ? plus one extra song for the 7Â? split EP with Burial Hordes.
This vinyl EP was released by Â?Razorbleed ProductionsÂ? (Greece) limited to 300 copies. The final track list for the album includes 9 songs with length of 43 minutes. Fotis Benardo of Â?Septic FleshÂ? was behind the sound engineering. Â?Pulverised RecordsÂ? is the label which made a deal with Enshadowed to release the new album in CD format and Â?Plastic headÂ? is the official distribution worldwide. Release date of the album: 18 of February 2013.
Quote:Enshadowed havenÂ?t been putting maggots in anyoneÂ?s ears per se (well maybe they have, I wouldnÂ?t really know, but thatÂ?s not the point). Rather theyÂ?ve been refining and largely re-defining their sound, and with nine years under their bullet-belts since their last full length release, Magic Chaos Psychedelia is the latest and greatest darkly treacherous offering of a well matured band. They incorporate an experimental, blackened death edge similar to Rotting Christ, Belphegor and to some extent Marduk and the blasphemous, fast and extreme Dark Funeral. Got to say, just seeing the list of bands theyÂ?ve done shows with and are influenced by and knowing that Magic Chaos Psychedelia was recorded, mixed and mastered by Fotis Bernando of greek occult band SepticFlesh fame made me expect a bloody treat, and I wasnÂ?t wrong!
In an era thatÂ?s leaning towards digital, digital and more digital, I was pleased and surprised at the effort Enshadowed put into the album art for Magic Chaos Psychedelia, making use of not one, but two Greek artists. The cover of Magic Chaos Psychadelia was undertaken by Rea Pediaditaki and additional hand-made paintings depicting scenes from the tracks by Miguel Angel Castro Salina. While admittedly the two artistic styles lack a feeling of cohesion, ReaÂ?s subtle use of color depicting the opening track gives an eye-catching spin to this blackened wrath-filled orgy.
Album opener Â?Stary Throne of ItÂ? is a belligerent, mid-paced offering that sets the tonal assault for the majority of the album, and the tracks that follow are not in the least shy to ravage your senses, with their energetic, memorable, catchy-as-hell, precise and technically well-executed riffs courtesy of N.E.C.R.O. Vocally, Serpent dishes up a colossal and unique blend of Randy Blythe (Lamb of God) and Mayhem flavoured screams that he combines quite successfully with raspy death grunts. Â?Black Holes, Death Planets,Â?, Â?Inner Psy-TripÂ? and Â?Magic Chaos PsychedeliaÂ? demonstrate SerpentÂ?s hulking range and versatility. Where Magic Chaos Psychedelia falls short is in I.KÂ?s drum work. While itÂ?s plenty huge and well-executed, itÂ?s overly safe and lacks the imagination that bridges the gap between these making these songs stellar and making them pretty darned good. A breathtaking and unusual fill here and there would have gone a long way!
The wildly psychedelic track Â?Magic Chaos PsychedeliaÂ? neatly tucked away at the end of the album proved that experimentation, the psychedelic and the blackness come together to form a majestic and pleasing mix. The track is gruelling, trudging and pleasantly melodic and not only does it showcase Serpent at his most tortured, but it also features SepticFleshÂ?s own Fotis Bernando on percussion Â? check out the 3:33 mark for a heaped helping of the magical the weird and the mystical. Other tracks that I grew to love include Â?Black Holes, Death PlanetsÂ?, Â?Surrealistic Shade Of Color BlackÂ? and Â?Inner Psy-TripÂ?.
The mix on Magic Chaos Psychedelia is clean and modern and with N.E.C.R.OÂ?s groovy guitar riffs and SerpentÂ?s vocal might being the most exciting part of this album, itÂ?s great that theyÂ?re well catered for in the mix. Fans of more melodic, yet still suitably nihilistic death infused black metal should definitely consider checking out this album.