Sunnata - Burning In Heaven, Melting On Earth



7.4 | 19 votes |
Release date: 26 February 2021
Style: Stoner metal, Sludge metal

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01. Crows
02. God Emperor Of Dune
03. A Million Lives
04. Black Serpent
05. Völva (The Seeress)
06. Way Out

Additional info
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Maciej Karbowski at Nebula Studio, Poland.
Artwork photography by Wiktoria Księżycolica Odziomek.

Staff review by
musclassia
Rating:
7.8
The stoner metal exports of Poland vary from the thoroughly traditional (Dopelord) through to the musically adventurous. Sunnata fall firmly towards the latter end of that spectrum, and Burning In Heaven, Melting On Earth is another ambitious journey, one that is, with one or two exceptions, broadly successful.

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published 27.02.2021 | Comments (6)

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26.02.2021 - 18:10
Rating: 8
musclassia

I was a bit hesitant after the first single was dropped and how unfluid it felt, but thankfully the other songs run closer to the psychedelic elements of their previous albums, and Crows feels a bit more natural now. Not sure if it'll be their best but stacks up favourably compared with Zorya and Outlands
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26.02.2021 - 19:58
Rating: 5
quieted_darkness

There are a lot of parts of this I do like and other parts I don't. Track 2 is the perfect example of having everything I do like about this album. The regional post-metal/folk stuff is pretty good and the atmosphere is pretty hypnotic. I also like the accent to the grungy vocals. I also feel it's somewhat of a niche trend now to have this cover art of having drapes over someone's face and suffocating them.
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