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4. aprīlī MP: KYPCK (Somija)
iepriekšpārdošana: www.ticketshop.lv, pirmo 50 biļešu cena 12eur.


4.aprīlī, Rīgā, klubā „Melnā Piektdiena” pirmo reizi Rīgā spēlēs pretrunīgi vērtētā grupa no Somijas – „KYPCK”.

Grupa „Kypck” radusies Somijā, 2007. gadā, par ko jāpateicas producentam Hiili Hiilesmaa – kurš radīja gan grupu, gan spēlēja tajā bungas pirmajos divos albumos.

Pasaulē plašāk šis vīrs zināms no sadarbības ar grupām - „HIM”, „Sentenced”, „Apocalyptica”, „Moonspel”.

Grupas unikālo, iespējams, pat nestandarta, skanējumu izveidojuši abi izbijušie grupas „Sentenced” ģitāristi - Lopakka un S. Kukkohovi, jau sākotnēji, meklējot muzikālo stilistiku, kurā apvienotu tumšu, skumju, reizē smagnēju mūziku, kurā būtu elementi no doom metal, bet saglabājot savu unikālo skanējumu un modernizētāku raksturu.

Debijas albums „Cherno” iznāk 2008. gadā, gūstot starptautiskus panākumus un diskusijas, tieši valodas, skanējuma un novitātes ziņā.

Grupas imidžs un mūzika joprojām ir diskusiju objekts – grupa no Somijas, kas dzied krievu valodā, basģitārists, kura ģitārai ir tikai viena stīga, ģitārists, kura instruments ir Kalašņikova automāta formā, arī teksti, kas galvenokārt ir par vēstures tumšajiem, traģiskajiem brīžiem.

Albumu noformējumos galvenokārt dominē kirilica, kas jau kļuvusi par grupas atpazīstamības zīmi.

Un melnais humors – grupa pati sevi pozicionē, kā „Ātrs krievu doom Metal no Somijas” .

Grupas diviem albumiem „Cherno” (2008) un „Nizhe” (2011) šogad martā pievienojies trešais - „Imena Na Stene” (2014) .

Skanējuma un noskaņu ziņā – uz šo brīdi tas noteikti ir tumšākais un dziļākais grupas albums, gan muzikālā, gan tematikas un noformējuma ziņā.

Koncerta sākums: 20.00, biļetes iepriekšpārdošanā www.ticketshop.lv vietnē, pirmo 50 biļešu cena 12eur, tuvojoties pasākumam, biļešu cena būs augstāka.

[url]http://kypck-doom.com/[/url]


KYPCK – 1917 Video:
[url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p26bOQp_CI0[/url]

KYPCK - Imya Na Stene
[url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0talsbHqYks[/url]

Nordik_Ticher@05.04.2015 15:15:46
Курск выдал шоу на высшем уровне; есть чему поучиться у местных и не очень групп, выглядевших на фоне финнов , скажем так- бледновато :)
 
Riyano@15.10.2015 11:05:08
(Dig) (Audio CD) Whether you can stand Behemoth's aural assault or not, you've got to give them ceidrt. Its been nearly two decades since they began (as a horrible black metal band, mind you), and now just look at em, all grown up and ranked amongst the death metal elite. Some would brand them a Morbid Angel clone, but I say that Behemoth surpass and outshine a band like Morbid Angel, but I'd say they surpass them and have a more unique and original sound that has not been emulated by any other band to this day.Their war-metal, blasphemous, eastern-tinged sound that they've introduced and honed on albums like and is in full force on their ninth LP Evangelion; Nergal's vocals are as hoarse and commanding as ever, like a sorcerer summoning forth the power of the Void itself; his lyrics a dark testament to the ancient times of humanity and religion. Inferno's drumming is as blisteringly fast as ever, with lightning fast double bass kicks, sharp, machine gun snares, and blast beats galore. On top of all that the guitars are just as technical, just as amazing, and playing those truly awesome and unique guitar riffs that we have come to associate with Behemoth.The word that comes to mind when listening to Evangelion is majestic. The drums and guitars ebb and flow in a wave of death metal that is not only technical and brutal in its execution, but melodious and alluring, no doubt enhanced by the excellent production of the album; though I still wish the bass guitar was more audible, because their bassist is amazing, when you can hear him. Inferno's drumming is another highlight of the band's sound, and its some of the most chaotic and speedy, yet utterly precise drumming that I've ever heard. The drumming patterns that blew my mind on their previous two albums are in full force here, and its no less impressive. Equally intense are the guitars, switching from tremolo picking to death metal riffing with sheer precision and mastery; also the solos are quite nice, technical and fitting. The stunning thing about the guitar work is its ability to sound technical and heavy without losing melody and humanity; something that happens to many death metal bands. Nergal's vocals, which range from howls to his trademark scream are overdubbed and very commanding, providing a war-chant like quality to the songs. They are the essence of Behemoth's sound, and there is no other vocalist in the industry that can even come close to his demonic singing style. His lyrics are equally impressive, dabbling in the usual esoteric and archaic topics, adding another layer of epic to the overall sound.Aside from the core aesthetics of the band, its the little things that really stand out; like the gang vocals on the album opener Daimonos', or the sitar outro on Shemhamforash', or the haunting breakdown on The Seed Ov I'. Another surprise is the track Ov Fire and The Void' which sounds like blackened death metal filtered through a pop music sensibility, and Lucifer', a slow, plodding and haunting ending to the album. Overall, Evangelion is a more mature album in terms of songwriting and execution; a smooth progression from the sound they introduced on Demigod.Evangelion is a testament to the band's skill, showing us a more mature and able band who has mastered their craft of writing epic song structures, blistering blackened death metal and offering up a juicy slab of technical music that doesn't sacrifice melody and feeling for sheer brutality. Over two decades Behemoth have gone from that uncomfortable black metal band to the blackened death metal elite, and it fits them quite nicely.Highly Recommended5/5
 
Antonio@15.10.2015 13:02:43
(Dig) (Audio CD) The CD:I was lucky enough to get one of the first 500 pre-order coepis that were Autographed by the band (just wanted to brag that) After giving the album a thorough listen, it made those autographs taste that much sweeter. The sound quality is excellent, for this kind of speed and crunch you really need it! Riff's are tight and complex in most area's but Nergal made sure to opening things up plenty of times throughout giving the album it's signature BIG BEHEMOTH sound. It feels like there has been change, but not quite. They stayed with their Blackend Death Metal sound but still gave us a new feel somehow. Inferno's blast beats are astronomically fast and precise. Fills are a blur, yet you can hear ever hit. Orion can be noticed much more clearly in this album compared to most previous work. The bass notes are throaty and deep how they should. That's my general review of the album, since hey.. you can listen to sound clips above and see for your self.The DVD:Great little 45min glimps into the album production. Neatly Covers EVERYTHING from Each band member, Producer, Drum tracking, Vocals, Syths and even the Brass section! It is displayed in 16:9, mostly in Polish with clear subtitles. Once the 45 min feature is complete, there is a 6Min look at the photo shoot for the inside album art, pretty cool indeed.Ending:If you call yourself any kind of Death metal fan you should already own this.I'll be seeing Behemoth next time they are in town, as always. I would like to congratulate Behemoth with a extraordinary Job well done, and thanks for all your hard work!!
 
Ruben@24.11.2015 16:06:16
(Dig) (Audio CD) Whether you can stand Behemoth's aural assault or not, you've got to give them creidt. Its been nearly two decades since they began (as a horrible black metal band, mind you), and now just look at em, all grown up and ranked amongst the death metal elite. Some would brand them a Morbid Angel clone, but I say that Behemoth surpass and outshine a band like Morbid Angel, but I'd say they surpass them and have a more unique and original sound that has not been emulated by any other band to this day.Their war-metal, blasphemous, eastern-tinged sound that they've introduced and honed on albums like and is in full force on their ninth LP Evangelion; Nergal's vocals are as hoarse and commanding as ever, like a sorcerer summoning forth the power of the Void itself; his lyrics a dark testament to the ancient times of humanity and religion. Inferno's drumming is as blisteringly fast as ever, with lightning fast double bass kicks, sharp, machine gun snares, and blast beats galore. On top of all that the guitars are just as technical, just as amazing, and playing those truly awesome and unique guitar riffs that we have come to associate with Behemoth.The word that comes to mind when listening to Evangelion is majestic. The drums and guitars ebb and flow in a wave of death metal that is not only technical and brutal in its execution, but melodious and alluring, no doubt enhanced by the excellent production of the album; though I still wish the bass guitar was more audible, because their bassist is amazing, when you can hear him. Inferno's drumming is another highlight of the band's sound, and its some of the most chaotic and speedy, yet utterly precise drumming that I've ever heard. The drumming patterns that blew my mind on their previous two albums are in full force here, and its no less impressive. Equally intense are the guitars, switching from tremolo picking to death metal riffing with sheer precision and mastery; also the solos are quite nice, technical and fitting. The stunning thing about the guitar work is its ability to sound technical and heavy without losing melody and humanity; something that happens to many death metal bands. Nergal's vocals, which range from howls to his trademark scream are overdubbed and very commanding, providing a war-chant like quality to the songs. They are the essence of Behemoth's sound, and there is no other vocalist in the industry that can even come close to his demonic singing style. His lyrics are equally impressive, dabbling in the usual esoteric and archaic topics, adding another layer of epic to the overall sound.Aside from the core aesthetics of the band, its the little things that really stand out; like the gang vocals on the album opener Daimonos', or the sitar outro on Shemhamforash', or the haunting breakdown on The Seed Ov I'. Another surprise is the track Ov Fire and The Void' which sounds like blackened death metal filtered through a pop music sensibility, and Lucifer', a slow, plodding and haunting ending to the album. Overall, Evangelion is a more mature album in terms of songwriting and execution; a smooth progression from the sound they introduced on Demigod.Evangelion is a testament to the band's skill, showing us a more mature and able band who has mastered their craft of writing epic song structures, blistering blackened death metal and offering up a juicy slab of technical music that doesn't sacrifice melody and feeling for sheer brutality. Over two decades Behemoth have gone from that uncomfortable black metal band to the blackened death metal elite, and it fits them quite nicely.Highly Recommended5/5
 
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