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Performer:
Knokkelklang
Album:
Eksistens
Style:
Black Metal
Released:
2005
Country:
Norway
Label:
Not On Label (Knokkelklang Self-released)
FLAC size:
1880 mb
MP3 size:
2520 mb
WMA size:
2582 mb


Tracklist


1Hvite Vegger
2Eksistens
3Knokkelklang


Notes


Hand-numbered but limitation is unknown.


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Album


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Okay... So, I've been a fan of Knokkelklang's Kalk & Aske for some time now, and it came as a pleasant surprise in-between a huge load of the usual crappy bedroom black metal. I curiously wanted to try the first demo of the band, to check if it was as good.
It wasn't.

The demo is, however, interesting in that the three tracks are all wildly different from each other in style: we've got one black metal track and two more or less successful attempts at ambient, which are both very different. As such, I'll go the dreaded track-by-track:

The demo starts out with "Hvite vegger", which is the only black metal at all. The track is the kind of music that Knokkelklang is known for: it has slow, prodding, arpeggiated riffs, noisy vocals and a very simple drum beat to go with it. However, it never gets anywhere remotely interesting, and the track comes off as sounding dull, while the riffs get slightly annoying in the long run.
The track "Knokkelklang" is just an acoustic guitar with some far-away moaning, which sounds more drunk than evil or sad. You could probably compare it to some of the later works of Ääkon Këëtrëh, but dumbed down and with much worse vocals. The other ambient, the title track "Eksistens", is another kind of ambient. It reminds me of Austere's debut, which had a track that consisted of one slow, prodding chord played for 18 minutes - and this is exactly the same kind of track. Thankfully, this isn't 18 minutes long, and it does succeed somewhat in creating an atmosphere of sorts, but most of all it's just too fucking boring and monotone and sounds like something any fool could come up with after jamming pointlessly a couple of hours.

While Eksistens follows the exact same recipe as "Kalk & Aske", the tracks are simply too uninteresting to warrant any interest, and the demo as a whole is fragmented as hell, and sounds like three entirely different demos put together. Not recommended - go with Kalk & Aske instead.

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