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Dynasties of magicians keeps their records untouchable

August 13, 2019
Mystifier - Protogoni Mavri Magiki Dynasteia

The title track begins the Mystifier - Protogoni Mavri Magiki Dynasteia album with gloomy mysterious phrases, continuing the musical narrative with painful gloomy motives. The bass guitars solo interweaves mesmerizing passages into the Weighing Heart Ceremony introduction, then the music walks thoughtfully and leisurely along the paths of a dark romance, from time to time exploding with uncontrolled streams of drive that intertwine the alternation of screaming and growling. Witching Lycanthropic Moon continues the narrative with a gloomy romance, enveloping in an obscure fog of ancient legends about werewolves and their essence.
First, exploding in the rampant waves of drive, Akhenaton (Son Mighty Sun) then transforms into a pulsating march, raising vocal phrases to the top of the wave, and from time to time transforming itself into swift trends of dark winds. The intro throws again the stream unbridled power, but the Six Towers of Belial's Path vocals rolls out the malleable canvas of the dark anthem. Demoler Las Torres Del Cielo (En Nombre Del Diablo) continues the viscous and mournful celebration of the rulers of the dark world, but then bursts into a swift musical stream that saddles the alternation of phrases of screaming and growling vocals.
Returning to the introduction to painful leisurelyness, then Soultrap Sorcery of Vengeance constantly varies the tempo and rhythm in a dark symphony, weaving a bewitching alternation of musical and vocal changes. The bewitching symphony invites with pleas for romantic aspirations and continues with a leisurely musical romance (Introcucione D'la Melodia Mortuoria) Thanatopraxy in which the vocal part goes to the forefront of the musical image.
Explosions, gun bursts and machinegun chatter are preceding the harsh and tough musical thriller Al Nakba (666 Days of War) alternating swift sharp drive with vocal screaming with more powerful, dark and dense parts with growling vocals. A furious drive, shrouded in coverings of folklore hues, preserves the alternation of screaming and growling in the vocals for the Chiesa Dei Bambini Molestati song, but finishes the album with unbridled swiftness, sometimes concealed by painful thoughts.