A very interesting range offers the Sound Factory SkullLine where you can find alongside martial Tonkost also minimal, dark ambient and folk ritual.
Also fits the so-called pop melodrama well in the hunting ground of the label, and with the present publication, we would have reached the proper point.
A band that does not fit into that box (which is almost always something that sounds restrictive manner), are Karma Marata from Erfurt.
The musicians were already some time ago with a split release to draw attention to themselves. Even then, had some potential to diagnose and it's sometimes to the point: Karma Marata can convince again and invite you to an hour, filled with beautiful and soulful music.
The track offered at that time, now move on so, it provides the listener just called pop melodrama.
Enriched is the matter with subtle classical elements, which shows itself particularly in dreamlike settings such as "She's Like A Whisper".
Threatening and sombre piles up, however, "The Black Tower" and a lovely side is reflected in the following "Autumn Leaves".
You can tell the musicians of karma Marata go floating down to business and are committed to diversity. They succeed quite well - sometimes dreamy, sometimes lively, sometimes a touch of the hammer mechanism underlying martial.
In addition to these moments, you will find many interesting things in this world and especially the title track and "Where The masks traps" can quickly highlight because of their successful track construction. But the rest has a certain charm.
The good level is maintained throughout the entire game in every way, and if you look at "The alarm bells" internalized the first time, it has already appeared that are seasoned musicians with karma Marata on pottering.
So if you enjoy a versatile silver disc with various subtle influences that would inspect these travel times quiet here in more detail.
8 / 10 pints
review from : Necroweb.deRating: [4 of 5 Stars!]