Mordaehoth - Eens Weer Prevealeert Het Hediens Hart


Heidens Hart Records

Review by Sleepwalker of Forbidden Magazine

Now this is the release I have been waiting for! ’Eens Weer Prevealeert Het Hediens Hart’ (Once Again the Pagan Heart Prevails), from the Netherlands’ Morhaedoth, contains nine tracks across 49 minutes of black blasts, neck-wrenching thrash, acoustic guitars and varied vocal styles, leaving an impression that the album is much longer than it really is. 7 minute album opener ‘Balder’, gives us a slow and eerie guitar line over a vicious rhythm section syncopation before punishing non-believers with a relentless black metal attack. The edgy guitar tone on ‘Beschermd Bij Den Hamerslag’ offers up a thrash riff to die for before breaking into a clean guitar and vocal passage that works well within the song structure. It seems that the material on this release was recorded at different times, as the drums, guitars and vocals all vary from track to track in terms of sound production. The album feels a bit displaced because of this but, on a positive note, it is also that much more diverse. ‘Bloodstorm’ is a good example, with its death crush of a chorus, thrash attack and ever-evolving song progression that really pushes itself upon the listener. Although the guitar leads get downright blues-y and stick out a bit, the overall impression from this release is a positive one, giving the listener much to digest and listen for again and again.

1. Balder 06:59
2. Helheim 03:31
3. Alvader 02:50
4. Beschermd Bij Den Hamerslag 07:01
5. Prayers to a God Who Never Came 05:55
6. Als't Vlammend Zwaard de Laatste Dageraad Inluidt 06:39
7. Father's Sword 05:26
8. Bloodstorm 07:14
9. Lindisfarne 04:15
TOTAL 49:50

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 29 February, 2012.

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