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3 reviews for Melechesh:

Melechesh, "Emissaries" Melechesh
Emissaries
Osmose Productions
2006
Jerusalem-based black-metallers, no, fuck that, Jerusalem-based GODS of Mesopotamian metal, Melechesh are back for round four, and despite the fact that they no longer can boast of Procriptor McGovern on drums, they’re still as worthy of the title “deity” as ever before. In fact, the new skinsman, Xul, fills those big shoes as if they were a size too...
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Melechesh, "Emissaries" Melechesh
Emissaries
Osmose Productions
2006
OK, I suck because I have come late to the audio festival that is Melechesh. Now that we have my admission of stupidity out of the way let's get to the review. Um, wow. I really don't know quite what to say about these guys, other than the fact these guys sound like what Nile talks about....
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Melechesh, "Djinn" Melechesh
Djinn
Osmose Productions
2001
Melechesh brand themselves a "Mesopotamian metal" band, and the moniker suits them. Hailing from Jerusalem, they play a fiery brand of black metal that is short on theatrics and long on snakey riffs and compelling songs. The Mesopotamian nature of their sound can best be heard on the acoustic opener, the slinky chorus riff of "Rub the Lantern" and the...
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