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Loch Vostok - V:The Doctrine Decoded Award winner

Loch Vostok
V:The Doctrine Decoded
by Jorge "The Zarto" Zamudio at 17 December 2012, 2:34 PM

Hidden gems and I have found one, among a Metal world, that consistently decides to fall behind, giving chance to someone that is not even worth to talk about.

The mix is simply amazing, so many genres in one album, giving something to all the fans, if you are an extreme fan, you have some, if you like something a little softer, you have some, if you (like me), have so many things in mind and like to explore all of the limits, this is a band you must have in your collection.

Short, only for one reason, I am loss of words with this band, I still can’t define it, and that’s something I love, and that is one of the reasons that makes me want more of them, and I am pretty sure, someday I’ll have the knowledge to understand them, and only then, I promise… will make this a lot more longer.

4 Star Rating

1. Seeker
2. A Tale of Two Kings
3. Syndrome of Self
4. Citizen Cain
5. Twilight of the Dogs
6. Inflict Chaos
7. Regicide
8. Claim the Throne
9. Ravenous
10. Common Ground
11. Beyond the Obvious           
Teddy Möller– Vocals / Guitar
Mano Lewys- Guitar
Fredrik Klingwall– Keyboards
Jimmy Mattsson– Bass
Lawrence Dinamarca- Drums
Record Label: ViciSolum Productions


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