{brief album review} AN AUTUMN FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN “Eternal” (by Robert Lombardo)

{brief album review} AN AUTUMN FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN “Eternal” (by Robert Lombardo)

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eternal_coverAN AUTUMN FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN
Eternal
Wickerman Rec
Release: 17 October 2016

I do not understand any kind of music, where is used “post” in the style definition, moreover I do not understand such kind of music, but, since there are many people listening and respecting to this kind of music, I’ll try to dig into post- deeply…

So, the band with such long title – AN AUTUMN FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN, comes from The Netherlands, and Eternal is their 6th album so far! Woah, 6 albums! Impressive, to be honest.

Ten songs, sounds within aforementioned “post-black-metal” way, or experimental if you wish.

For me personally here is some kind of music, filled with some dark romantic and depressive tunes, with ala black metal screams (far not brutal screams to the fact, but just like hysterical and distroted screams). Music is even light to be played for any kind of listener. The entire atmosphere is deeply dark romantic and a bit depressive (just like I noted above). For me personally it’s impossible to listen such kind of music while driving, because I may fall asleep, but for one time listening at the home is OK.

I know there is huge army of fans, and from the other hand I can’t call their music weak or shitty, because musicians are able to use their instruments in good level, and they also have ideas…

Cheers from France / Rob

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All that stuff about heavy metal and hard rock, I don't subscribe to any of that. It's all just music. I mean, the heavy metal from the Seventies sounds nothing like the stuff from the Eighties, and that sounds nothing like the stuff from the Nineties. Who's to say what is and isn't a certain type of music?

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