Release date: 7 February 2014
Style: Atmospheric black metal, Psychedelic rock


5 | 1 vote


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01. The Hanging Tree
02. Hangman's Hymn


Guest review by
Alex Fenger

To say that Njiqahdda have released a lot of albums would be an egregious understatement. The band has put out so much music, you begin to wonder how they make a living, as it certainly is not off of their recordings. Listening through much of their discography, it becomes quite clear how they manage to spew such a quantity of releases: they record every uninspired note that passes through their heads. The Hanging Tree is an excessively monotonous recording of stale black metal with little to be proud of.

published 12.12.2014 | Comments (8)


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Alex Fenger - 23.02.2014 at 07:30  
Rating: 5 Eh, a pretty boring release. If this band would just take some time to refine a handful of songs they could make something fantastic again, but unfortunately at the moment it seems the last good thing they put out was Divisionals

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