Abhor 'Ab Luna Lucenti, Ab Noctua Protecti' review

'Ab Luna Lucenti, Ab Noctua Protecti'
(Moribund Cult)

This is the fifth album of the Italian band Abhor from Padova. Confusing feelings when hearing this album, since there are songs which are totally boring and indifferent, such as “Scent of Sulphur" and "Wind Between Fingers", while there other songs that are incredibly amazing, as "Aura Ignis Aqua Tellus" and especially the opening tack "Golden Path". The overall estimate for the new work of Abhor is that it is simply one more black metal album, with boring and not at all imaginative growling vocals for at least the most of the album, and without any changes in the slow tempo of the non-memorable heavy guitar riffs. However, Abhor succeed in giving us an album full of frustration, melancholy, depression and darkness, with some parts of enchanting melody. [6]
(Dark Alice's nightingale)


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