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8 thoughts on “ White Eyes - Ketzer (2) - Starless (CD, Album)

  1. Jan 18,  · At times the music is a little simplistically constructed but this is an approach that has worked for Ketzer. Later tracks in the album are just as memorable as the earlier ones, resulting in an all-round consistent album from the band and one of the highlights is White Eyes, a track that starts off acoustically before the band slowly add more elements until the listener is presented with a mighty and hard-hitting track .
  2. 2Pac’s fourth studio album, All Eyez On Me, made history as the first full length double album in hip-hop, but it would also be the last album he released during his lifetime before his death on.
  3. White Eyes. 7. Shaman's Dance. 8. Starless is the result of Ketzer's further evolution and it sounds bittersweet. It has nothing in common with (black) thrash metal and it has not much in common with metal at all. I can listen to this kind of music for ten or 15 minutes, but the longer the album lasts the more I feel that I am not a.
  4. KETZER LYRICS. album: "Starless" () 1. Starless 2. When Milk Runs Dry 3. Godface 4. Count To Ten 5. The Hunger 6. White Eyes 7. Shaman's Dance 8. Silence And Sound Your eyes are white like the dust Of your bones and your beat up skulls My mouth is an open gate To sing songs of the universe.
  5. KETZER (German for "heretic") is a highly professional and extreme metal outfit hailing from Cologne, Germany and ready to set the World afire with their new album "Starless" to be released in early ! KETZER's debut album 'Satan's Boundaries Unchained' is one of the most critically acclaimed Black/Thrash Records of the past years.
  6. Jan 29,  · From sounds of raging fury, to the echoes of calm and cleansing waves, Starless is an album that will take you on a journey that is unexpected, yet familiar at the same time. Thematically, the band explores the idea of religion v. reality-- is there a truth in between?
  7. Ketzer: Starless. Germany's Ketzer can best be described as 'blackened thrash 'n' roll', and their latest release for Metal Blade, Starless adds bits of prog & death metal into their upbeat and aggressive mix of extreme metal. At times puzzling with the many shifts in direction, Starless is nevertheless an enjoyable slice of metal, with the more fast paced numbers like the title track.

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