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Amorphis - tales from the thousand lakes mp3 album

  • Performer: Amorphis
  • Title: tales from the thousand lakes
  • Genre: Other
  • Formats: MMF WMA VOX ASF TTA MP2 VQF
  • MP3 album: 1285 mb
  • FLAC album: 1254 mb
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 333
Amorphis - tales from the thousand lakes mp3 album

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Tales from the Thousand Lakes is the second full-length album by metal band Amorphis. It is a concept album, the lyrics are based on the Finnish national epic, Kalevala. While still predominantly death metal, the album shows a greater influence of doom metal than the band's debut, along with more melodic, heavy metal-inspired riffing and elements of progressive rock and traditional Finnish folk music

Other (SKU - Sticker attached on the front of polythene sleeve): LP3946R. Other Versions (5 of 69) View All.

Best Track : Into Hiding. 작과 같은 밴드라는 게 믿기지 않는다. 더 명확해지고 강조된 멜로디와는 반대로 전작의 가장 큰 강점인 각개의 곡 구성과 앨범 전체 구성의 완벽함이 반 이상은 줄어버려 듣는 재미가 많이 떨어져버렸다. Definitely a great Melodic Death Metal album. The band gives a substantially different feeling compared to all the sound-the-same Melodeath bands out there. 짜 멜로디 하난 죽이게 뽑았다. 당근농장 (85/100).

All in all, "Tales From the Thousand Lakes" is an absolute timeless masterpiece of Finnish metal in which Amorphis have created with here, and it is also highly regarded by many fans as the definitive highlight of the band's career, and I seriously couldn't agree more

Bolder than The Karelian Isthmus and conceptually superior to later attempts at progressive but radio-friendly '90s metal, Tales From the Thousand Lakes might just be Amorphis' best recording. This record is heavy, yet never succumbs to the inane extremes common to the melodic death metal genre. The guitars and drums are in ample supply, and a rare attention to arrangement and production really sets this disc apart. The guttural vocal work isn't for every metal fan, but the neo-prog instrumental work and overall heaviness should impress those turned off by the throaty rants



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