Lykathé - Elvenefris

8.7 | 150 votes |
Release date: 31 October 2000
Style: Progressive death metal


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01. Land Where Sympathy Is Air
02. To Become Shelter And Salvation
03. Bringer Of Elvenefris Flame
04. Flowering Entities
05. To Give
06. On The Way Home
07. Shine Of Consolation
08. Sadness And Strength
09. A Step Closer
10. An Old Man And A Child
11. Walking In The Garden Of Ma'at
12. To Give [2002 version][2011 re-release bonus]
13. Shine Of Consolation [1999 version][2011 re-release bonus]

Petr "Ptoe" Tománek - voclas, guitar
Ondra Martinek - guitar
Martin Corn - bass
Thomas Corn - drums

Additional info
Re-released on October 31, 2011 by Obscene Productions with 2 CDs. The first disc contains the original album, while the second disc features remastered versions of all the songs on the original album. On the remastered disc, the length of "Sadness and Strength" is increased to 8:31, and the disc also contains two bonus tracks.

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Classic Monster of Obscene Productions! Highly Recommended

So, I was looking for bizarre/Technical bands on the Internet, some guy told me to go for !T.O.O.H! and Lykathea Aflame, I actually don't recall his name, but thanks to that fellow I found 2 of the most talented bands in the metal scene, I reviewed the first name a couple of months ago, now, after a lot of people asked for this, it's time for me to Review "Elvenefris".

published 22.10.2005 | Comments (16)

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10.02.2017 - 15:37
Esoteric Zachism
I love the snare drum on this album. All the drums actually. I saw some idiots saying the drums sound horrible, but I think they are my favorite element of the album.
also love that production.
03.03.2018 - 08:54
Rating: 6
Lars Ulrich on drums?
15.05.2018 - 04:41
Esoteric Zachism
Holy fuck. It feels like it's been forever since I've actually sat and listened to this album start to finish. Great fucking album.

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