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VINTERSORG - VISIONS FROM THE SPIRAL GENERATOR - NAPALM
Instructions: place your hand in your wallet, pull out the money, place in the toilet and flush. That way at least you will not suffer through this excuse for metal, nay music. Vintersorg is the epitome all that is wrong within the 'heavy metal' scene. The band is pompous and boring. It mixes screamed vocals with hoarse singing, metallic passages with keyboard-blasted pop rock goth pieces on top of funky bass slapping, acoustic and electric guitar doodling and moments representative of the Eagles. There are odd quiet moments interspersed within the music and samples all over the place. The drumming is advertised as the cure for insomnia and banned for listening while driving - by federal law! The layered vocals are irksome and the lyrics seemingly alternate between English and Norwegian. Who can be sure though for one is not going to stick around long enough to find out? The strong accents come across loudly and clearly during the slower moments sung in English. What a messy and silly concoction this has turned out to be. I enjoyed this album... as much as a swift kick to the head!

VINTERSORG - SOLENS RÖTTER – NAPALM  
This mixture of gobbledygook stop-go rhythms, clean chants, violins, gruff screams and folk rock is completely unfunny. Vintersorg might very well be the motivation behind the invention of the anechoic chamber.
I’d wager that even Vintersorg himself doesn’t listen to this jumbled mess. He himself must marvel at his trendy fans that actually bother. - Ali “The Metallian”




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