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Origin Country: United States
Style Genre: Black Metal
Audio Bitrate: Lossless
Audio Codec: Flac (.flac)
Rip Type: Image+.cue
Length: 0:55:13
Catalog ID: Vendetta 183
Label: ‎Vendetta Records
Visit: Vukari Social Page
Size: 405.5 MB

About this Album

Originally formed as Vucari in 2013 – strange how a letter change from a cute, curved “c” to a more angular “k” can do wonders for a band’s fortunes – atmospheric four-piece BM act Vukari seems to be on the rise in 2019 with two demo releases and recent third album “Aevum” after a slow five-year start. This activity suggests that 2019 is Vukari’s make-it-or-break-it year, and “Aevum” definitely sounds like the musicians have thrown everything they have and more into it. The songs are epic pieces of melodic BM post-rock: they’re heavy, pounding works full of atmosphere and mood, and occupied by layers of extended instrumental music that feature each musician at the top of their technical game. The album’s production is impeccable with a clean and clear delivery so that every instrument can be heard at its full potential. The musicianship is technically excellent with everyone sounding like a tight, cohesive unit. Nothing is out of place and the balance of musical influences and instrumentation is handled very well.

Opening track “Abrasive Hallucinations (Reality Hemorrhaging)” is a great demonstration of Vukari’s BM side: although the vocals are buried deep beneath the furious music and register as growls and grunts, the track has plenty of energy and aggression to spare, and bleeds intense emotion and a crunchy steel structure. The drums are a bit light and flippant, but I suppose more powerful percussion would block out the music’s free flow and raw aggression. “Agnosia,” which follows shortly after, is initially in the same vein but sounds even faster, more urgent, and more desperate. Halfway through, though, the track goes on a more melodic post-rock path with a decidedly melancholic mood, with guitars wailing in the distance, before returning to its BM motifs for the coda. “Entire Worlds Encased in Ice” is a withering ride through a fusion of BM and post-rock dominated by howling, screeching guitar feedback before ending in bursts of snow particles. So far so good, though the tracks have yet to exhibit any distinct riffs, melodies or grooves that will instantly and forever etch themselves into people’s brains. At this point you realize that the album has settled into its pattern of fast rock songs in a fusion of melodic ambient BM and post-rock, and it’s not likely to deviate from this standard for the rest of its runtime.

From track 5 “Voidwalker” onward, the music veers in a more post-BM, slower direction with more emphasis on melody and virtuoso playing, especially on the drums. Intense drama can be found and the singing at times takes on a more guttural death-metal style in addition to the subtle BM rasp. While there can be true beauty and majesty in the dense music, at the same time the songs are no more distinct from each other than their earlier brethren were, and this is a shame: the songs need their own identity in the form of individual riffs, melodies, rhythms, and other structural or textural elements to offer points of interest and reference and to stick in the minds of listeners. Audiences who listen to this part of the album casually will find the songs sound very similar and turn in a test of endurance. Tracks 6 and 7 may test listeners who dislike long instrumental passages that seem to be nothing more than self-indulgence. The final track “Vacating Existence (The Final Departure)” combines both the atmospheric BM and more post-rock developments of the second half of the album for a great 11-minute farewell, but sonically offers nothing new or different from the rest of the album.

For an album that is supposed to be Vukari’s breakthrough into mainstream BM / post-rock, this recording simply doesn’t have enough self-contained tracks with their own idiosyncrasies that will capture and hold listeners’ attention in its middle and final halves. Vocals need to be more prominent in the mix or louder in volume in the busy soundscapes that might actually be less busy in some tracks or have given way to quieter, simpler music in the ambient or instrumental solo sections. At this point I’m also beginning to wonder if the perfect technical aspects in the production of the album and the execution of the songs might be some sort of liability; a slightly rougher or more lo-fi production, or more ambient music on some songs might have given them more variety, more interest and more individuality, with less revelry.

Aevum Tracklist

  • 01. Abrasive Hallucinations (Reality Hemorrhaging) 05:49
  • 02. Agnosia 07:40
  • 03. Entire Worlds Encased in Ice 04:57
  • 04. Curiosity and Obsession 06:04
  • 05. Voidwalker 06:21
  • 06. Disparity (The Great Works) 07:08
  • 07. The True King Is Death 06:03
  • 08. Vacating Existence (The Final Departure) 11:13

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