Akercocke - Rebirth: Inner Sanctum (Vinyl)

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Review Summary: Akercocke mature significantly with this stellar release. Akercocke have always been a band to grab attention, and not much has changed in that aspect. Whether it is with their eccentrically dark lyrical themes or simply exceptional musicianship, they prove to stand out. Yet, they seem to have dropped one of those aberrant characteristics with this release, that being the lyrical themes.

However, this is the same Akercocke that split up after the release of 'Antichrist', and that fact is absolutely glorious. Immediately, the record signifies the fact that the band has not strayed askew from their signature blend of Black Metal and Death Metal with Progressive Rock influences. Polar opposites in beauty and abhorrence collide and intertwine in a masterful fashion, which truly is something to behold. Spectacularly melodic guitar solos regularly ease their way into the sheer chaos crafted by the band, giving the sensation of simultaneously being soothed and crushed.

These harsher Blackened Death Metal sections assuredly subjugate the first half of the album, whilst the more Progressive Rock influenced tone dominates the latter. One particular strongpoint of the album is of usual fashion for the band, that being the vocal performance.

A trademark assortment of deep growls, mid-ranged growls and clean vocals are peppered rather evenly throughout the duration of the record, producing a true sense of variety. It is without question that this facet assures the listener is not rendered stultified by the lack of diversity, and is instead somewhat kept on their toes, whilst listening for the next curveball to be thrown their way.

As previously mentioned, this album is split into two differing sections. The first, more abrasive section of the record poses as the more captivating, as it displays more variety.

Blast beats are often morphed into more mid paced beats in a matter of seconds, while being polished with melodic guitar riffs and clean singing. The second section does carry this assortment of techincal aspects, but does not utilise them as much, and proves to be of a more linear structure. Whilst this predominantly softer section is an eminently enjoyable listen, it is just not as gripping as the more infernal display.

From this, comes an ultimately outstanding performance that truly showcases this band's plethora of skill, which has thankfully not dissipated over the time they remained inactive. However, If that second section was more variable in its sound, then this album could have been much greater, which is a veritable shame.

So, whilst 'Renaissance in Extremis' does not prove to be a monumental release, it is still of a toweringly high quality and proves to be another brilliantly crafted release in the discography of Akercocke, which will please fans of old and new.

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  1. A limited 7” single released as part of Peaceville’s 30th Anniversary series featuring the demo version of Inner Sanctum and a cover of the Death classic Evil Dead. Towering above the vast majority of nefarious contemporary noisemakers, London’s Akercocke emerged in the UK metal scene in the late s, wielding a fiendishly inventive.
  2. Sep 15,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Rebirth: Inner Sanctum on Discogs. Label: Peaceville - VILES • Format: Vinyl 7 Akercocke - Rebirth: Inner Sanctum (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(3).
  3. Peaceville Records / Akercocke - Rebirth: Inner Sanctum - 7" vinyl Akercocke - Rebirth: Inner Sanctum - 7" vinyl. Availability: Out of stock. € Add to Wishlist | Add to Compare; Email to a Friend. Sign up for price alert. Sign up to get notified when this product is back in stock. Description. Side A: Inner.
  4. Rebirth: Inner Sanctum. Artist: Akercocke Format: vinyl. A limited 7” single released as part of Peaceville’s 30th Anniversary series featuring the demo v.. £ Add to Wish List. Sale. Renaissance In Extremis - Deluxe Edition. Artist: Akercocke Format: boxset.
  5. A Live CD/DVD and a new album set to be released in remain unreleased, and according to various band members Akercocke have split up. They played one last show in April in France. Akercocke revealed a surprise reunion as a band in , posting a brand new song on Youtube, titled 'Inner Sanctum' on 24 April
  6. "Rebirth: Inner Sanctum" af Akercocke · 7" (7" VINYL). Udgivet 15/ Vejer g. Vinyl 7".
  7. Akercocke received widespread acclaim for follow-up album ‘The Goat of Mendes’ (Peaceville, ) and despite enjoying furious momentum over the following years, the release of fifth album ‘Antichrist’ in signalled the end of the first chapter of the Akercocke story, when the band retreated into the shadows and remained dormant for.
  8. Akercocke are an English extreme metal band from London, formed in by Jason Mendonca and David Gray. The band also features Paul Scanlan and Nathanael Underwood. AKERCOCKE - Rebirth Inner Sanctum (7in) $ AKERCOCKE - Renaissance In Extremis (2 Lp Red Vinyl) (LP) $ AKERCOCKE - Renaissance In Extremis (Ltd 3cd Digibook) (3CD.

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