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Enthroned - Sovereigns (2014)
Belgian death metal band Enthroned was formed in late 1993 by singer/bassist Lord Sabathan and drummer Cernunnos, who previously joined forces in Morbid Death.
With the addition of ex-Slanesh guitarist Tsebaoth, the group recorded their debut demo, followed by a split EP alongside Ancient Rites; in the wake of 1995's full-length Prophecies of Pagan Fire, second guitarist Nornagest was added to the lineup, with Tsebaoth later replaced by guitarist Nebiros. In April 1997, tragedy struck when Cernunnos committed suicide; the surviving members of Enthroned pressed on to record Towards the Skullthrone of Satan, followed in 1998 by the mini-LP Regie Sathanas: A Tribute to Cernunnos, recorded with new drummer Namroth Blackthorn. The Apocalypse Manifesto appeared a year later. The new millennium saw the release of Armoured Bestial Hell in summer 2001, followed by Carnage in Worlds Beyond in 2002, Xes Haereticum in 2005, and Tetra Karcist in 2007. ~ Jason Ankeny
Quote:Enthroned are a veteran Belgian Black Metal band that need little introduction; this is their 10th album.
It opens with a massive ominous intro. Normally I?m against pointless intros as they usually serve little purpose, but this one is compelling and the horns sound immense; it sets the scene well for the approaching carnage.
It takes time to build up to a fast tempo; instead it starts slowly and ritualistically, taking advantage of mood and atmosphere. Once sated however, Hell is then unleashed and the band rip forth with scorching Satanic Black Metal.
For a band who are so well established and have so many releases there is still a hunger at work here and it comes across in the songs.
Some of the riffs and melodies they use are extremely tasty and designed to evoke feelings of almost tense uneasiness. Extra effects, horns, etc. further add to the mood and Enthroned show themselves to be on the top of their game. Just listen to the start of Lamp of Invisible Lights for example. I mean come on! Other bands just aren?t trying by comparison. The album is full of moments like these.
The band have an evolved sense of dynamics and the songwriting on this release is very enjoyable. They appear to have developed an aura of corruption and awe-filled terror for this album. It reminds me of the recent masterpiece by Corpsessed, only filtered through a razor-sharp Black Metal lens.
The band explore a variety of interesting ideas and songs structures within the confines of their chosen genre. This is not an album that sounds repetitive, and even features that rarest of things ? the, (whisper it!), Black Metal guitar solo.
Enthroned appear to just be improving with age. This is a brilliant album and a must for all fans of Extreme Metal. I really can?t say enough good things about Sovereigns; this is exactly what I want from Black Metal in 2014.
Nornagest - Lead Vocals & lead Guitars
Phorgath - bass
Neraath - lead Guitars
Menthor - Drums
ZarZax - Guitar
Enthroned - Sovereigns (2014)
02. Sine Qua Non
03. Of Feathers and Flames
04. Lamp of Invisible Lights
05. Of Shrines and Sovereigns
06. The Edge of Agony
07. Divine Coagulation
08. Baal al-Maut
09. Nerxiarxin Mahathallah