Equilibrium - Rekreatur

8.1 | 398 votes |
Release date: 18 June 2010
Style: Viking folk metal


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Disc I
01. In Heiligen Hallen
02. Der Ewige Sieg
03. Verbrannte Erde
04. Die Affeninsel
05. Der Wassermann
06. Aus Ferner Zeit
07. Fahrtwind
08. Wenn Erdreich Bricht
09. Kurzes Epos

Disc II [limited edition]
01. Der Ewige Sieg [acoustic version]
02. Nach Dem Winter [acoustic version]
03. Blut Im Auge [acoustic version]
04. Die Prophezeiung [acoustic version]
05. Heimwärts [acoustic version]

René Berthiaume - guitar, keyboards
Andreas Völkl - guitar
Robert "Robse" Dahn - vocals
Sandra van Eldik - bass
Manuel Di Camillo - drums

Guest musicians
Gaby Koss - vocals

Staff review by
With two years and two band mates gone Equilibrium manage to release their new opus, ReKreatur. When I first heard that Equilbrium and vocalist Helge Stang had parted ways, I slowly balled my hands into fists and shouted, "Noooo!" I have liked this band since the beginning and I really enjoyed the chemistry that flowed with each release. Now I had to deal with some new blood and when it comes down to vocalist changes in a band it can go one of two ways. They can change the chemistry enough to where I am bored to death with each new release, or the new vocalist will add some new element that propels any new material into a positive light for the band. Luckily the latter prevailed and they released ReKreatur with a new vocalist and drummer intact and in full force. Robert "Robse" Dahn has slid into the lead vocalist role with ease.

published 30.09.2010 | Comments (11)

Guest review by
I really am not a fan of death metal, or black metal or really any of the extreme genres though I do like a few artists here and there from each one. Despite that I absolutely love folk metal, harsh vocals or not, this is some of the best folk metal I have ever heard with a combination of death grunts and black metal rasps that make for some interesting vocals.

published 14.09.2013 | Comments (0)

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01.05.2011 - 02:10
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Die Affeninsel = Crash Bandicoot Metal

The album is good overall, but not so special
10.03.2012 - 04:51
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
Written by Guest on 01.05.2011 at 02:10

Die Affeninsel = Crash Bandicoot Metal

I must hear this then
14:22 - Marcel Hubregtse
I do your mum
04.10.2012 - 09:09
Rating: 9
Metal slave
Compared to the first two, I can actually hear the riffs on this album
10.02.2014 - 20:58
What's the deal with this band? Ensiferum is what I hear on this album,nothing more....(and I even don't like so much Ensiferum).
Olen täys idiootti jätkä.

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