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Five Scars

Night in GalesAudio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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It’s been silent about the German pioneers of melodic Death Metal for far too long!

Flashback: After NIGHT IN GALES’ debut EP “Sylphlike” had hit the scene like a bomb in 1995 (up till now this release remains one of the best selling demos ever!), the first album “Towards The Twilight” was released in 1997 under the wings of Nuclear Blast Records and ... Read more in Amazon's Night in Gales Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 8, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B005NF3LMG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #420,039 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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It s been silent about the German pioneers of melodic Death Metal for far too long!

Flashback: After Night In Gales debut EP Sylphlike had hit the scene like a bomb in 1995 (up till now this release remains one of the best selling demos ever1), the first album Towards the Twilight was released in 1997 under the wings of Nuclear Blast Records and Night In Gales toured with bands such as of In Flames, Hypocrisy, Children of Bodom and Death, before releasing their second album Thunderbeast. Further touring with acts like Dismember or again Children of Bodom followed, as well as appearances as festivals like Wacken Open Air or Summer Breeze Open Air.

While the release this far presented the band with a clearly melo-death rocking groove, their third album Nailwork in 2000 showcased a rather morbid and more progressive side to things and Night In Gales not only toured Europe with Old Man s Child and Krisiun but also visited Japan together with DEFLESHED.

The new and fifth album Five Scars successfully combines all of the band s past trademarks within the typically Swedish melodic Death Metal sound structure, without rejecting new influences and thus making it both the most melodically accessible as well as also the most aggressive effort in the band s history so far, smoothly rounded off with a killer soundmix courtesy of scene icon Dan Swano.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Even if I didn't February 21, 2014
Format:Audio CD
read the news beforehand that the band was calling it quits, there are telltales signs lyrically all over this thing that it was done with a very prominent sense of finality. As a swan song, it rivals the One Man Army & The Undead Quartet's "Dark Epic", but it also manages to neatly encapsulate a lot of the band's past while making some definite progressive strides. There is a sense of haunting and of the epic in the music here and though at times the production runs thin, especially on the guitars, taken as a whole, this is a very meaty slab that fans of the band have been awaiting for some time. While this will be a lot more meaningful to fans of the band, it is overall a strong enough album offering enough for any fan of melodic death metal to latch onto and greatly enjoy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Music Cd October 16, 2012
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The product was all that the buyer says, it was in perfect conditions and it arrived in the correct time, it's a good cd of music and i hava no problem with the order
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great come back after a decade of silence! May 31, 2012
By AhSver
Format:MP3 Music|Verified Purchase
Before getting into the music itself let me spill some historiography. This is a solid work produced by Dan Swanö himself, who is a pretty famous figure in Metal community and known for work with dozens of Great Names in the genre. The label of the record, Life Force Records, is known for great releases in many musical styles, liberal attitude towards musicians and good promotion. Another interesting piece of background information is that the band didn't release a full length album since Necrodynamic (2001), which sounded nothing like their early albums and the release I am reviewing today: "Five Scars." Necrodynamic was a rough Thrash metal with rock-n-roll tunes and got overshadowed by many other more interesting records perhaps for a good reason as the work didn't feel solid and original enough to catch attention of even die-hard fans of N.I.G. "Five Scars," however, pretty much has the best from the band gathering their essences gained over their long history and myriads of experiences in life.
By all means this is a Melodic Death Metal album, not Metalcore or Thrash with Death Metal influences. Fast picking, low-tuned guitars, occasional blast-bits, beautiful harmonies, rhythm changes and razorsharp (couldn't help myself) riffs all over. The music ranges from fast-paced to mid-tempo. Cellos are used on some compositions and they don't sound out of place at all, rather present an extension of the guitar melodies and the atmosphere/feel of the record, which is far from cheerful, not pessimistic but realistic and not theatrically exaggerated like many heavy metal albums out there. Philosophical lyrics have a lot to say as the band reflects on their own experiences and the world around them. Vocals are not as brutal as on "Towards The Twilight," which is understandable.
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