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Sear Bliss - Grand Destiny (6/10) - Hungary - 2002

Genre: Black Metal
Label: Red Stream
Playing time: 46:39
Band homepage: Sear Bliss


  1. The Slowing Of Time
  2. The World Beyond
  3. Death In Torment
  4. Arx Idolatriae
  5. Labyrinth Of Pain
  6. Hate Blade
  7. Black Heart
  8. God Man
  9. Moments Of Falling
  10. Infinitude
Sear Bliss - Grand Destiny
After "Phantoms" and "The Haunting", here come SEAR BLISS back with their new album, "Grand Destiny". And just like with the two former albums, I would bet that many people are once again going to speak about SEAR BLISS, but that it won't really make you feel like buying the album.

SEAR BLISS is a curiosity-band: first of all they are Hungarian, and secondly, they use trumpets! Musically speaking, they allow us to come back a few years back, more precisely in 1995 or 1996, because their Melodic Black Metal is kind of old, though they know how to arrange and compose songs so they hit you stronger.

The small naive aspect of the trumpets and of some parts is also very nice, but the sound is way too messy to appreciate the whole thing at its real value… of course, the Hungarian studios aren't as good as the Abyss ones, but still, it would have been good to put some more energy in that aspect!

But anyway, this album is going to be the favourite target of the insults of some fucking pricks pretending to be 'evil'… at least during that time they won't piss anyone else off. Which is not that bad.

Thomas Bonnicel

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