Den Nalkande Stormen Experimental, Folk Stormfågel It's not often that I feel so disabled to write something or even have an opinion about something, but this time it struck me with full power. This music is so hard to get a hold on but it sounds like some kind of mixture of Ataraxia and Arcana and some kind of surrealistic circus from another dimension. This music doesn't really give me any feelings or any kind of reaction, no thoughts either, which is strange because this kind of music use to attract me. I think that the only real feeling for this is that the music is difficult to listen to. Maybe I have to give it more time. Still I think the musicians are good and they are skilled, but sometimes it doesn't make it all the way. Or maybe it's not right for me. Still I recommend this for those curious to discover. This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Stormfågel - Den Nalkande Stormen

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Released 2005 by Cold Meat Industry
It's not often that I feel so disabled to write something or even have an opinion about something, but this time it struck me with full power. This music is so hard to get a hold on but it sounds like some kind of mixture of Ataraxia and Arcana and some kind of surrealistic circus from another dimension.

This music doesn't really give me any feelings or any kind of reaction, no thoughts either, which is strange because this kind of music use to attract me. I think that the only real feeling for this is that the music is difficult to listen to. Maybe I have to give it more time.

Still I think the musicians are good and they are skilled, but sometimes it doesn't make it all the way. Or maybe it's not right for me. Still I recommend this for those curious to discover.

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

John Wikström

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