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The 3rd and the Mortal : Nightswan




'Nightswan' can be seen as a transition between the old The 3rd and the Mortal and the new The 3rd and the Mortal. With new female vocalist A. M. Edvardsen they gained a more varied vocalist but her voice can not match the emotional power that K. Ruesl├ątten used to have. However given the more experimental nature of this album her voice fits well.

Beautiful melodies are mixed in with strange noise and weird experimentation to paint a very surreal soundscape. This makes the music a lot harder to digest than on the previous albums. Personally I find this album to miss any and all focus. It more resembles a musical loose cannon that goes off into every direction. But people who enjoy extreme experimentation and don't mind if the continuity of an album suffers under this will probably enjoy it.

Reviewer's rating: Unrated

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Tracklist :
1. Neurosis
2. From the Depth of Memories
3. The Meadow
4. Vavonia (part 1)

Duration : Approx. 23 minutes

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Reviewed on ??-??-???? by Aldo Quispel
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