Ignea – The Sign of Faith


Much of what builds Ignea isn’t the most innovative, but they put it all together in a fresh way. There’s a direct component of symphonic metal (think more along the lines of Epica than Nightwish) as well as some melodic death metal influences in heavy riffs and both male and female extreme vocals. But the piece that stands out the most is the folky, Middle Eastern influences that weave into each song. There’s some added energy and inspiration that come from the blend of all three sources, and it makes for a fresh take.

Review@Dead Rhetoric

Rating: 3.0/5.0
Origin: Ukraine
Worldwide Release: February 16th, 2017

01. Seytanu Akbar 04:40
02. Alexandria 03:57
03. Petrichor 03:32
04. Theatre of Denial 04:18
05. Jahi 07:36
06. Halves Rupture 04:04
07. Last Chosen by You 02:57
08. Alga 06:17
09. How I Hate the Night 03:21
10. Leviathan 04:53
11. Sputnik (Xes Dreams Version) 02:52
Total playing time: 48:27

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