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Mortanius 'Till Death Do Us Part' Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

Mortanius

Till Death Do Us Part

Rockshots Records

February 22, 2019

Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio 

 

Here's a little majestic sounding album from Philadelphia based progressive Powell metallers MortaniusTill Death Do Us Part has a very creative unique flavor to it because it combines many smaller elements of different sounds fused together into this very atmospheric piece of art. As you spiral in and out of the 5 songs on the album and if you listen with a discerning ear, you will soon pick up on the various hints of other metal and otherwise flavors built in. 

“Disengage” proved to be a phenomenal cornucopia of sounds that I believe really spoke of the prowess of Mortanius. Although it is a long song for most, I tend to be the one who stays till the credits are over. You gets sparks of everything under the moon meshed in this one. I also thoroughly enjoyed the cover of Wham's “Last Christmas”. Let's face it, if you grew up in the 80s, you listened to Wham. Whether you liked them or not, they had a huge say in that decade. At any rate Mortanius gave it new life and perhaps that is how it should sound today.

I love when a band takes a jump on the wild side of things that stimulates the mind.


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