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Jennie Tebler's Out Of Oblivion - Till Death Tear Us Part (CD)

Jennie Tebler's Out Of Oblivion
Till Death Tear Us Part
by Yiannis Dafopoulos at 08 August 2008, 10:49 AM

Isn't it kind of shitty when people get chances just because they are somehow connected to a well known musician? I know, life can be a bitch. Especially when really talented bands strive to get a contract. So, how can I describe Till Death Tear Us Part? Probably deadly boring…

Jennie Tebler released two single CD's through Black Mark, with music that had been written by her and Quorthon who is supposed to be her older brother. I heard some other rumors recently but I won't say anything since I am not sure about anything and this is not a gossip magazine. Anyway, the music was mixed by Black Mark's owner and released within two single CD's. After that, Tebler formed her own band JENNIE TEBLER'S OUT OF OBLIVION.

So what is Quorthon's sister able to offer to us? Boring music with simple and monotonous riffs, a production that could be much better and vocals that definitely need lessons before they are put on another album. There is a promo sheet that says that this album is an intriguing and addictive journey through all of Metal's spectra. Without having listened to the album I just laughed my ass off! Ok, Tebler tries to perform this kind of ethereal female vocals that sound like LACUNA COIL's Scabbia having a really bad day. The music also ranges from groovy rhythms to melodic riffing with ‘epic' bridges.

All in all, this album is definitely a really boring musical experience with not much (almost nothing) to offer. If you are a fan of melodic Metal with female vocals, better buy something more known and better.

2 Star Rating

Brand New Start
Demons Ode
Queen Of Ice
Life Full Of Lies
Never Stop Crying
Release Me
Between Life And Death
Jennie Tebler - Vocals
Fredrik Rhodin - Guitar
Kent Jadestam - Guitar, Bass
Tony Baioni - Drums
Record Label: Black Mark Productions


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