Memoria Vetusta II is a beautiful, but long-winded affair. The return to the old 90s style is like many of Blut aus Nord's musical decisions, a left-field turn that yields unique and interesting results, even if those results are cryptic and don't stick right away. Despite how ugly it was on the outside, I think there was a certain comfort in knowing an album like MoRT was essentially rhapsodic and meandering; you could sink into the atmosphere without feeling a need to decipher anything.
They do this in the beginning, and then slaughter it with acerbic gain and painful vocals. There is a lengthy guitar solo that consumes much of the middle of the track, which is somewhat melodic and economical. Designating this album as a sequel to the earlier Memoria Vetusta album is a fairly clear sign that this time around Blut Aus Nord intends to kick back and get back to its roots rather than pressing into more novel territory. As far as old school atmospheric black metal with a progressive spin goes, it's reasonably acceptable album.
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This sequel to Blut Aus Nord's 1996 release Memoria Vetusta I: Fathers of the Icy Ages doesn't pretend to be a Marduk album.
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