ANUBIS GATE

(DENMARK)

INTERFERENCE

(2023)
LABEL:

NO DUST RECORDS

GENRE:

MELODIC METAL

TAGS:
Intimist, Melancholic, Technical
"Anubis Gate's "Interference" is both technical and catchy, a concentrate of classy progressive metal."
NOISE (08.11.2023)  
4/5
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Since the release of "Covered In Black" in 2017, the Danes of Anubis Gate have been rather discreet. Only a covers album, "Covered In Colours", released in 2020, has been able to satisfy fans of the demanding progressive metal that the band has been offering for its twenty-year career. This year, Anubis Gate is back with "Interference", released on a new label.

this new opus is long and dense, but well arranged. At its heart are 'Ignorance Is Bliss', 'Number Stations', 'Dissonance Consonance', 'The Intergalactic Dream Of Stardom' and 'Interference', long pieces and delicious journeys alternating moods with finesse. A soaring 70's progressive feel emerges, blending with dazzling technical parts that bring melody to the fore. On vocals, Hennik impresses with a touching emotion. Keyboard and guitar solos are fascinatingly masterful, with a remarkable feeling.

At the same time, Anubis Gate also showcases their purely progressive metal side. 'Emergence', 'Equations' and 'World Of Clay' are fast, technical and impress with their many changes of pace. The choruses are well-crafted, carried by a powerful, melodic Hennik. The instrumental parts are solid and fast-paced and while 'Absence' is soft and light, with a airy quality and a melancholy that gives you the chills.

"Interference" is a great success. Anubis Gate, powerful and catchy, shows a perfect ability to transport the listener and offers an album that is sure to delight fans of progressive metal.
- Official website

TRACK LISTING:
01. Emergence
02. Ignorance Is Bliss
03. Number Stations
04. The Phoenix
05. Equations
06. Dissonance Consonance
07. The Intergalactic Dream Of Stardom
08. World Of Clay
09. Interference
10. Absence

LINEUP:
Henrik Fevre: Chant / Basse
Kim Olesen: Guitares / Claviers
Michael Bodin: Guitares
Morten Gade Sørensen: Batterie
   
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EDDYA
09/11/2023
 
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Le Devin, j'imagine que c'était ironique Tu nommes que des groupes qui ont 30 ans mdr ... Niveau métal progressif, ils sont quand même pas mal dépassés maintenant. Personnellement, mes TOPs du moment sont les suivants: Haken, Nospun, Avkrvst et Advent Horizon (pour ne citer qu'eux).

Sinon, cet album est vraiment sympa, de belles mélodies et un progressif plutôt moderne. Apres, je lui préfère un des premier album "Andromeda Unchained" avec Hansen aux commandes.
TOWNSEND LE DEVIN
09/11/2023
 
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Anubis Gate, c'est le top actuel avec Threshold, Vanden Plas et Fates warning
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