Ignea - The Realms Of Fire And Death



7.6 | 29 votes |
Release date: 17 April 2020
Style: Symphonic metal, Progressive metal

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01. Queen Dies
02. Чорне Полум'я
03. Out Of My Head
04. Í Tokuni [Eivør Cover]
05. Too Late To Be Born
06. What For
07. Gods Of Fire
08. Jinnslammer
09. Disenchantment
10. Black Flame [Bonus]

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03.05.2020 - 16:17
Cassian
The concept is good, and there are some good moments here and there, but overall I don't enjoy this as much as I do their debut. I think the album lacks focus and despite being really good musicians, they play too safely here. "The Signs of Faith" has more memorable moments and melodies.
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04.06.2020 - 12:55
Rating: 8
JealousDurian
Written by Cassian on 03.05.2020 at 16:17

The concept is good, and there are some good moments here and there, but overall I don't enjoy this as much as I do their debut. I think the album lacks focus and despite being really good musicians, they play too safely here. "The Signs of Faith" has more memorable moments and melodies.


Agreed. I like it but it's not as coherent as the previous one. Still a good one though.
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21.08.2020 - 22:29
Rating: 7
WorpeX
Good album, I really like the concept and its heavier tone. The inclusion of the Ukrainian sung tracks feel super unique and I find them really interesting. The songs feel a bit more focused with less diversity than the debut - less symphonic and progressive moments overall. The album is also crazy short. Clocking in at 36 minutes (not including the bonus, which is just track 2 in english). That's 10 minutes shorter than the debut! It also feels a bit cheap to throw 'Queen Die's' on here when it was released back in 2018... Anyway, its worth a listen for anyone who enjoyed the debut but it's overall a bit of a let down.

Highlights: Black Flame, Jinnslammer, Disenchantment
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