Azrael - The Ancient Forest
Ambient, Goth This is the latest record from Azreal, a guy United Kingdom. The difference on this one and the earlier records there is vocals on this one. And it sounds really good. The music has evolved into something more grown up and it holds a higher class now. There's more experience behind the music now and you can hear it.

The musical focus lays on dark soundscapes and melancholic melodies and the singing seems to express some kind of dark despair that fits really well with the music.

"My Curse" and "Stay Awake" is my favourites on this record, but there are more good ones to listen at and it feels like this is going to be something bigger. And rumour has it that Azreal is involved in another project that maybe we will be able to look into as well.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Azrael - The Ancient Forest

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Released off label 2005
This is the latest record from Azreal, a guy United Kingdom. The difference on this one and the earlier records there is vocals on this one. And it sounds really good. The music has evolved into something more grown up and it holds a higher class now. There's more experience behind the music now and you can hear it.

The musical focus lays on dark soundscapes and melancholic melodies and the singing seems to express some kind of dark despair that fits really well with the music.

"My Curse" and "Stay Awake" is my favourites on this record, but there are more good ones to listen at and it feels like this is going to be something bigger. And rumour has it that Azreal is involved in another project that maybe we will be able to look into as well.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

Off label

Official release released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

John Wikström

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