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Origin Country: Finland
Style Genre: Symphonic Metal
Audio Bitrate: Lossless
Audio Codec: Flac (.flac)
Rip Type: image+.cue
Length: 02:12:01
Label: Nuclear Blast.
Social: Nightwish Facebook
Size: 781.3 MegaBytes.

 

Album Review

Nightwish has taken an unprecedented break of almost five years between releasing two studio albums. The wait was well worth it. Human Nature is recognizably Nightwish with heavy orchestration, a rich sound, and clear influences from classical, film, and folk music. Overall the album is more symphonic than metal. The release consists of two parts on two separate discs. The second of these is almost entirely instrumental and though enjoyable it will be mostly disregarded in this review.

Both thematically and stylistically the trend of the previous album (Endless Forms Most Beautiful) is continued. The beauty of nature and humanity’s place in it all is the overarching theme. Nightwish continues exploring this topic in the same vein musically: the songs are generally light on the metal and the music is less bombastic than on most previous albums.

Instrumentally this means there are few opportunities for guitars, bass, and drums to really shine as they did on previous Nightwish releases. They are present throughout but rarely take center stage. When they do come to the fore they impress. Particularly noteworthy is the excellent drumming in the heavy song Tribal.

Keyboards and orchestra fill the void left by guitars, bass, and drums. They make for a rich and at times complex sound, syncing perfectly with the vocals. As has been the case throughout Nightwish’s career, it is clear that main songwriter Tuomas Holopainen is a pianist at heart. The folk influences have been toned down considerably compared to the previous release.

Although Floor Jansen is the undisputed lead vocalist, both Marco Hietala and Troy Donockley get their moment in the spotlight. Marco takes the lead in Endlessness, a dark song, while Troy sings in the upbeat Harvest. Everywhere else it is Floor who dominates the vocals. As is to be expected, she does a marvelous job. Her incredible versatility and power are sadly not nearly used to their fullest extent. Gone are the constant soaring operatic vocals of her days with After Forever. Gone is the frequent powerful belting. Instead Floor mostly opts for a less intense, more storytelling, vocal style. It works well with the music and is executed perfectly. Floor can do almost anything with her voice and excel at it, but as flawless as her performance is it is still tantalizing to think of what could have been. The final minute and a half of Shoemaker gives us a taste of Floor at her best and it is a shame the album doesn’t have more bits like this.

As on the previous album at several points quotes are inserted into songs in the form of spoken word segments. These are by Shakespeare (Shoemaker), Lord Byron (Vista, on disc 2), and Carl Sagan (Ad Astra, on disc 2) respectively. Each of these segments fits perfectly in the music. While this effect may come across as gimmicky or pretentious, Nightwish has managed to pull it off.

The heavier songs on the album are Noise, Pan, and Tribal. These are excellent, with Noise being fairly representative for the sound of Nightwish at its best since the departure of Tarja. The weakest songs are Harvest, How’s the Heart, and Procession though these do have their charms. Absolute highlight of the album is the aforementioned final sequence of Shoemaker. Highlight of the mostly instrumental second disc is the grand finale in Ad Astra.

Overall this album should please most fans of symphonic metal or of Nightwish in particular.

HUMAN NATURE Tracklist

    Disc 1:

  • 01. Music (7:23)
  • 02. Noise (5:40)
  • 03. Shoemaker (5:19)
  • 04. Harvest (5:14)
  • 05. Pan (5:18)
  • 06. How’s The Heart? (5:02)
  • 07. Procession (5:32)
  • 08. Tribal (3:57)
  • 09. Endlessness (7:12)
  • Disc 2

  • 01. Vista (4:00)
  • 02. The Blue (3:36)
  • 03. The Green (4:42)
  • 04. Moors (4:44)
  • 05. Aurorae (2:07)
  • 06. Quiet As The Snow (4:05)
  • 07. Anthropocene (Incl. ‘Hurrian Hymn to Nikkal’) (3:06)
  • 08. Ad Astra (4:42)
  • Disc 3 Instrumental version

  • 01. Music (7:23)
  • 02. Noise (5:40)
  • 03. Shoemaker (5:19)
  • 04. Harvest (5:14)
  • 05. Pan (5:18)
  • 06. How’s The Heart? (5:02)
  • 07. Procession (5:32)
  • 08. Tribal (3:57)
  • 09. Endlessness (7:12)

 

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