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  3. "Tara" is, simply put, one of the finest pieces of sonic chaos these ears have had the privilege of hearing. Commonly labelled "black thrash," Absu's sound essentially combines the dark atmosphere and over-the-top image of black metal with the precision and accessibility of thrash. And on this album, the combination works extremely well/5(14).
  4. Tara is the fourth album by black metal band Absu. It was released on May 23, , by Osmose Productions. A remastered edition was supposed to come out in September , but was delayed until March It contains the In the Eyes of Ioldánach EP as bonus tracks.
  5. 19 rows · Feb 14,  · "Tara" feels like the culmination of fifteen years of metal, applying the /5().
  6. Tara (REMIX version) by ABSU, released 02 July 1. Tara 2. Pillars of Mercy 3. A Shield with an Iron Face 4. Manannán 5. The Cognate House of Courtly Witches Lies West Of County Meath 6. She Cries The Quiet Lake 7. Yrp Lluyddawc 8. From Ancient Times (Starless Skies Burn to Ash) 9. Four Crossed Wands (Spell ) Vorago (Spell )
  7. Tara, an Album by Absu. Released on Osmose (catalog no. OPCD ; CD). Genres: Black Metal. Featured peformers: Equitant (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Shaftiel (lead guitar, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar, aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text, backing vocals), Proscriptor (vocals, drums, percussion, aka_text arrangements role_id .
  8. Tara Lyrics: Though this track is never sung or spoken, in the cd / Booklet they have something wrote down for it, so here it is / Ioldánach's Accepted Wisdom in Prefaced Tense; / In the great.
  9. Feb 14,  · "Tara" feels like the culmination of fifteen years of metal, applying the innovations of Slayer, Destruction, Mayhem, Immortal and Impiety into something that transcends singular definitions of thrash/black/heavy metal - it is simply "Metal". On previous albums Absu occasionally hinted at being this good/5(88).

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