Hail Spirit Noir - Eden In Reverse



8.1 | 159 votes |
Release date: 19 June 2020
Style: Progressive metal, Psychedelic rock

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14 want it


01. Darwinian Beasts
02. Incense Swirls
03. Alien Lip Reading
04. Crossroads
05. The Devil's Blind Spot
06. The First Ape On New Earth
07. Automata 1980
08. Incense Swirls (Synthwave Remix) [Digipak CD bonus]
09. Ever-Shifting Tunnels [Digipak CD bonus]

Staff review by
nikarg
Rating:
9.0
If I had to choose one single band that in my opinion left a mark on metal in the '10s, it would be Hail Spirit Noir. I am so glad that it looks like they will be leaving an equally significant mark during the '20s as well.

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published 07.07.2020 | Comments (12)

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19.07.2020 - 14:47
Rating: 10
JimmySpade
Album of the year!
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27.07.2020 - 17:56
Rating: 6
metalbrat
This is more of psyche rock and less of prog metal. Not my cup of tea. But liked the track The first ape of new earth.
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In the beginning I was made of clay. Then I bit the apple and they changed me to metal 🤘
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28.07.2020 - 09:06
Rating: 9
RazMan
This is a fantastic release! I like the old ones too, and though this is really different, core elements that make this band great are still there. Now they've even thrown in a few new ones and shifted that psych part from 70s to 80s influenced. Somehow this album makes me think that this is what Opeth tried to achieve going from Black to Prog. They failed, Hail Spirit Noir nailed it! Not worth a full 10, because of the argualbly too long interludes and the second track is pointless but after that, starting from Alien Lip Reading, this is absolute fire!
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18.08.2020 - 17:08
Rating: 5
Morbid Angel 13
Nope, boring psych rock at best... I find no reason whatsoever to listen to it a 2nd time.
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08.09.2020 - 03:48
Rating: 8
Ace Frawley
The Spaceman
Very enjoyable, love all the weird sounds.
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The sun shines over The Fool...
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18.09.2020 - 09:55
Rating: 9
spydencer51
Interesting and unique change of pace from their earlier albums. Very proggy, synths are very prominent here. Excellent.
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