Manes - How The World Came To An End

7.8 | 26 votes |
Release date: 7 May 2007
Style: Electro avantgarde metal


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01. Deeprooted
02. Come To Pass
03. I Watch You fall
04. A Cancer In Our Midst (Plague One)
05. Last Lights
06. Nobody Wants The Truth
07. My Journal Of The Plague Years (Fuckmensch Warmensch)
08. The Cure-All
09. Transmigrant
10. Son Of Night Brother Of Sleep

Asgeir Hatlen - vocals
Tor-Helge "Cernunnus" Skei - guitars, keyboards
Eivind Fjoseide - guitars
Torstein Parelius - bass

Guest musicians
Flegmatical - waveforms
P. Emerson Williams - vocals, sound structures
Stein E. Bratland - vocals, keyboards
Pat "Spaz" Paolo - vocals
Trine Kolmannskog - vocals
WT - vocals
Emily A. Saaen - vocals
Emil Sporsheim - vocals
Rachmiel - soundstructures, waveforms
Rune Sørgård - soundstructures, waveforms
Cornelius Jakhelln - lyrics

Additional info
Cover by Trine Paulsen and Kim Solve (Trine + Kim)

Staff review by
Like their Norwegian contemporaries Ulver, Manes is a band that forsake pure black metal in favor of a more all-encompassing sound, including forays into dance, funk, hip-hop, prog, industrial, disco and electronica. Although the above statement alone will most likely send most metal fans running in fear, the truth is, ladies and gentlemen, that Manes' latest album How The World Came To An End is one of the most intriguing and interesting albums of 2007, thanks to the fearless adventurous attitude of the band and their willingness to take chances.

published 20.10.2007 | Comments (7)

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10.04.2014 - 18:32
Rating: 8
Such a cool album.
Giving my ears a rest from music.
13.08.2014 - 20:12
Alex F
Slick Dick Rick
What Mehdi said. So damn cool

get that bag

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