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Revelations Of The Black Flame

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  • Audio CD (January 1, 2015)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2015
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: CANDLELIGHT RECORDS
  • ASIN: B001SNXSWA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #276,179 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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After four long years Black Metal titans 1349 return with their fourth album.

`Invocation' begins with the tormented screams of the damned. A minute and a half later this gives way to creepy atmospherics & unsettling echoes which drone on undisturbed for a further minute until the distant approach of a single drum beat can be heard. As the drum beat reaches full volume it's joined by guitars which form a catchy mid tempo intro. A few moments pass and this dies away. The band returns and the main body of the song is revealed. Invocation is built around a single riff similar to one of the slow sections found in the later tracks on Hellfire. For the first track of a 1349 album this is a big U-Turn, but the question is, - is it a success? I'd have to say yes. The atmosphere created on this track is quite chilling;- the vocals are dry and grim, the sound of flames crackling can be made out and throughout the composition the initial drum beat can be heard which sounds like two bones being slammed together. Invocation shows the band doing something new & catching their fans off guard and it works.
7/10

`Serpentine Sibilance' The first thing that hits you is Archaon's guitar tone- dense, crushing and just the right amount of polish by Tom Gabriel Fisher. Unfortunately the same can't be said for the drums which throughout the album often sound slightly muffled or not quite sharp enough. Track 2 begins with a huge riff reminiscent to the opening of Nathicana from the Hellfire album, yet much slower. It soon turns out perhaps disappointingly for some; the slowed tempos are maintained until the final minute of the song when it speeds up. That being said this is one of the albums most successful tracks.
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the people that gave this 1 star are either close minded and need there music spoon fed to them or HATE change and progression. this album is amazing. it is an atmospheric black metal album very similar to bands like ABRUPTUM and BURZUM. this album just sounds evil. i like what they did here, they experimented and tried something completely differnet and it payed off! they could be like marduk and keep releasing the same hyper blasting tremelo picking album over and over, but they decided to try the atmospheric side ov things which i respect a great deal. i cannot explain how amazing it is to listen to this album in the dark with a few candles lit and maybe an incense burning... you get a real dark almost hellish feeling it is something that needs to be experienced. please please try if your a fan ov atmospheric albums! this sounds like your going through the gates itself and is worth every cent.
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By 1349 fan on December 1, 2009
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Ok first off this disc is different. If you are looking then you prolly know what 1349 does. This is not the same. It is slow, atmospheric, and is supposed to create a haunting sound. One review said that one of the noise tracks would have worked well as a soundtrack but not without a picture. I disagree. Whn I listened to this record the second time I went to my room put it on my stereo, turned off the lights, turned up the volume and just listened. To me the album is not a track by track cd but one where you have to listen from start to finish. It is not black metal that most people think of but it is a great effort. Maybe not the same as the other 1349 records but its still good in its own way
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This album remember the classic band of black metal from Norway, good rif, supreme blast beat, this band remember the great band of black metal.
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A really amazing Vinyl. Turn off all the lights and listen it. This record will change you. It's very well written, it's at a little of a slow pace but that doesn't matter when coming to 1349. I completely recommend this to anyone who's into atmospheric BM.
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while i respect 1349 for trying something different, a fan of 1349 may be disapointed with "revelations" very few blastbeats, not much speed. ambient, distortion. however, songs like "serpentine sibilance" and "uncreation" can be blasted at high decibals and sound good. i like this record and with the bonus cd of live classic 1349,you still get some brutal metal. ps the cd always sounds better than the mp3
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If you think that 1349 is simply a band that plays a certain style of metal--you don't know what it is they're doing. They are a cult band with a VERY obvious point to make as they partake of their own spiritual journey

If you don't know what the term "Revelations of the Black Flame" is supposed to mean, then you simply aren't in touch with what 1349 is doing. Speaking as a student of religion at large, there's generally two parts to LHP work. An embrace of chaos, and a rejection of the light, and this is a process of slow expulsion. After the flame dies, the ashes of life must be given time to weep as the embers slowly fade. Only after one has descended into complete darkness can one emerge enlightened. This album is the beginning of that stage. You'll understand this much better if you listen to this in absolute darkness. As you descend you find things that will seem beautiful to you and to no other, when your mind isn't allowed to focus on any object and is allowed to roam where the music pulls it.

This album isn't a height of their musical prowess; their virtuosity is duly recorded in all their previous albums. But this one is definitely a spiritual height. If you like Leviathan's "Massive Conspiracy Against All Life," this album shares more in common with that gorgeous piece of misanthropy than any of their own previous works. It's slow, very slow, and weaves a path of darkness that extinguishes hope. What more could you ask for from a BM album? The only thing I didn't like was in the final track, "At the Gate," where one of the two vocals has a halloweenish flavor. Not enough to destroy the track, but it's annoying.
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