8 Songs, 1 Hour 2 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With each new record more progressive and adventurous than its predecessor, Enslaved have become one of avant-garde metal’s leading lights. On their 14th album, the Norwegian explorers weave six lengthy compositions that ebb and flow in distinct movements, from sparkling guitars and emotive keyboard swells to more metallic, staccato passages. Then there’s the welcome addition of clean vocals from new keyboardist Håkon Vinje, who helps bring songs like “Storm Son” and “Feathers of Eolh” into Porcupine Tree territory while maintaining a Scandinavian metal edge.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With each new record more progressive and adventurous than its predecessor, Enslaved have become one of avant-garde metal’s leading lights. On their 14th album, the Norwegian explorers weave six lengthy compositions that ebb and flow in distinct movements, from sparkling guitars and emotive keyboard swells to more metallic, staccato passages. Then there’s the welcome addition of clean vocals from new keyboardist Håkon Vinje, who helps bring songs like “Storm Son” and “Feathers of Eolh” into Porcupine Tree territory while maintaining a Scandinavian metal edge.

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