Friday, January 1, 2021

KULTIKA – CAPRICORN WOLVES (Review by Varg The Mighty )

Today’s review is of Romanian Post Metal band Kultika’s upcoming album, out this January.

This release is very diverse, and it is centred in a kind of atmosphere that is rare to find in music. They have only been able to achieve this with a very wide set of influences, since you can appreciate hints of Death Metal, Atmospheric Black Metal, Jazz, Prog Rock, Psychedelic Rock and even Gothic Rock.

It is hard to choose a song that is better than the rest, for each has their own feeling and yet they bear a lot of similarities. Personally, I would’ve preferred the album to be presented as a single song, because even with the track lengths that oscillate between 6 and 10 minutes the music sounds as if it were cut short. The best way to describe this album would be considering it a mix of Ulcerate, Oranssi Pazuzu and Tool. This full-length is definitely complex and worthy of attention, it displays an interesting direction for music in this new decade that may be enjoyable to fans of soft and extreme sub-genres.

I recommend this album to fans of Progressive Metal and Post Metal. My rating is of 9/10.

Review by Varg The Mighty


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