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8 thoughts to “ New Empire - Root (2) - Kärgeräs - Return From Oblivion (CD, Album) ”

  1. The new album, "Kärgeräs - Return From Oblivion", will be different from their 's offering, "Heritage Of Satan", says the band: "As always in our history as a band, we aim to deliver a unique album, something that will stand out and shine its own light in our discography. Expect dark metal at its best, along with some surprising elements.
  2. Root: Kärgeräs, Return from Oblivion. Most people know Root as a significant black metal band from the late s, a band that took the raw sound of bands like Venom and Bathory and gave it quite a bit of polish. There's actually something rather disciplined about Root's sound, something that fans have come to appreciate over the years.
  3. One of the original pre-second-wave black metal bands (formed in by iconic vocalist Jiri 'Big Boss' Valter), ROOT, from Czech Republic, are going to release a new studio album, "Kärgeräs - Return From Oblivion", on November 25th via Agonia Records.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the digipak CD release of Kärgeräs - Return From Oblivion on Discogs/5(10).
  5. ROOT pleasantly surprised me with their new album “Kärgeräs - Return From Oblivion”. I expected aging gentlemen who live only by their nature but in front of me I have an album which is stuck in my head. Honestly, I don ´t know why. The album is not very hard.
  6. ROOT Kärgeräs - Return from Oblivion 2. Osculum Infame 3. Moment of Fright 4. The Book of Death 5. Black Iris 6. Moment of Hope 7. The Key to the Empty Room 8. New Empire 9. Up to the Down Do You Think Is it the End? Album | ROOT - Kärgeräs - Return from Oblivion () | Hard Music Base. Videa. ROOT - Moment Of Fright.
  7. Nov 25,  · Kärgeräs – Return from Oblivion is the tenth studio album by Czech black/heavy metal band Root. Originally announced on 28 September , it was eventually released on 25 November through Agonia /5(2).
  8. I found Root through my ever-reliable reference, The BNR Metal Pages. I happened to be in the CD store and was in the R section looking for doom bands because the vocals tend to be clean rather than the extremely annoying harsh screaming and yelling/shouting I get so much of on Sirius XM Liquid Metal.5/5(1).

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