Already the opener, which will be an established monument of the German's live set within a very short time, presents their new direction: The political leaders of the world exposed as false prophets and seducers, VARG invokes the united resistance. Uncompromisingly, the herd chants together as a solid, massive structure to conjure up the Revolution - a track that not only pushes forward with both anthemic and martial character, but also encourages revelry, a sound that carries throughout the entire album.
Although VARG are more monstrous than ever, Das Ende aller Lugen is perhaps one of the best examples that the calm always comes before the storm, how the calming moments that tend to emphasize the coming thunder and accentuate it.
This concept is perfectly executed in Achtung and Dunkelheit, which are rumbling monsterous epics that somehow surprise you with their very menacing and grim undertones. Streyfzug is solemn, and even tenuto in some places, with an almost hymn-like melancholy, while Totentanz with its seductive two-part vocal harmonies are reminiscent of the mating calls of the Erlkonig - and inevitably lead down to everything that creeps, deep down into the musty earth.
The proud Einherjer, who had to fight his way through clinking-harsh Wintersturm and acrid Ascheregen knows what he is talking about...
With their fifth album, VARG prove that offense is often the best defence - and how impulsivity and unpredictability always makes the best generals. In this battle you will need the best and only the best, those who surreptitiously allure one into the trap, but are also open minded for the frontal attack. In this battle you need the brute force that is called VARG, and this force alone.
|Disc 1 : German Version|
|Disc 2 : English Version|
Cat No: NPR633BB
Packaging: 2CD Deluxe Box
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