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SALA MOLKSA

Negura Bunget

 

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

2.00 | 6 ratings

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2 stars Sala Molksa is a five song EP release by Romanian experimental black metal act Negura Bunget. The EP has seen a couple of different releases. The first time Sala Molksa was released was by Bestial Records on cassette tape in 1998. It was released on CD in 1999. The EP was also released as disc 2 of the Triology (2004) box set which also included the From Transilvanian Forest (1995) demo on the same disc.

The music on Sala Molksa is mid-paced atmospheric black metal with raspy vocals, rather primitive riffing and some melodic keyboard backing that is very much responsible for the dark atmosphere on the EP. The five songs don´t differenciate themselves much from each other but they are pretty solid without really impressing me. While the songs are allright the sound isn´t and that´s my biggest complaint about Sala Molksa. The production simply isn´t professional enough IMO. Maybe it´s meant to be lo-fi and muddy but it doesn´t sound good to my ears.

Sala Molksa shows a band with some good ideas but Negura Bunget still needed to work on their originality at this point. A 2 star rating is warranted.

UMUR | 2/5 |

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