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The Absense 'Khronocracy' Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

The Absense

Khronocracy

Sliptrick Records

March 8, 2019

Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio

 

Khronocracy is a superb album and another perfect opportunity for metal scene adherents to assert their open-mindedness to other genres of music. I suppose it could be considered pagan metal.

 

The Absense was founded in the 90s by brothers Luca and Michele Siri and with the addition of vocalist Gianna Pinotti and drummer Luca Pagliari. Khronocracy is their fifth album. Their lyrics focus on paganism and ancient traditional rites. The arrangements are incredibly lavish and deceptively complex. Although the sound is quite mellow, there’s the proof of many hours of labor. These are songs which are formed around fairly straight-forward traditional folk structures - the guitar carrying everything along, the contrasting vocals harmonising one another. The Absense has a wonderfully traditional, solid vision, and they execute it comfortably.

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