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SACRIFICIUM - ESCAPING THE STUPOR - BLACK LOTUS  
Here is another of the by-the-number bands, which has all the speed, heaviness, dual-vocal growl/scream approach one can want and still fails to make any impact whatsoever. It is amazing that a band can mix Bolt Thrower and Morgoth on the one hand and the new wave of Swedish death and thrash bands on the other and still flow into one ear and out the other without impact. Part of the fault lies with the similarity of the songs. They more or less approximate one another. The band realizes this and tries to break the monotony with an acoustic track, but it is too little of an effort. Perhaps white metal (the labels forgets to mention this fact in the biography, by the way) bands do not have the darkened soul for the style. Perhaps Sacrificium needs a new producer or perhaps the band is destined to be second-rate; either way Sacrificium is difficult to recommend. - Anna Tergel




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