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Eisregen - Wundwasser (CD)

by Evi Tsitsi at 13 November 2004, 12:13 PM

I've been listening to this album for many hours already and I can't find any sympathetic moments in there. I try real hard but this kind of Metal makes me feel so bored. No inspiraration, no innovation. Generally nothing remarkable.
Eisregen include female violinist Theresa Trenks who's also known as T2, alongside ex-Amenthes man Bursche Lenz and erstwhile Necrotikissme members, bassist Sebastian Morbach and keyboard player Rony Yantit Fimmel. Frontman Michael Roth also has a side endeavour called Eisblut. In the fifth album of Eisregen, Farbenfinsternis (2001) there's a cover version of Death's Born Dead.
Wundwasser is a Black Metal album with really slow and boring marks. A violin plays throughout all the songs which makes the atmosphere more tragic and the keyboards never stop and that simply makes me freak out. I could say that the only good part on this album is the song Ripper Von Rostow which has the heaviest guitars and intense feeling from the whole album.
- Album Highlights: Ripper Von Rostow and the artwork cover

2 Star Rating

Mein Eichensarg
Am Glockenseil
Vom Muttermord
Ripper Von Rostow
Hinein Ins Tranenmeer
Was Vom Leben Ubrig Bleibt
Michael Roth - Vocals & Guitar
Sebastian Morbach - Bass
Yantit - Keyboards
T2 - Violin
Bursche Lenz - Drums
Record Label: Massacre Records


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