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Kovenant - Animatronics mp3 download

Performer: Kovenant
Title: Animatronics
Style: Black Metal,Goth Metal,Heavy Metal,Scandinavian Metal
Location: Woodhouse Studios, Hagen, Germany
Duration: 51:06
Released: October 19, 1999
Size MP3 version: 1286 mb
Size FLAC version: 1236 mb
Size WMA version: 1861 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 718
Format: MP1 VOC DXD AIFF AHX MIDI
Genre: Pop Rock

Kovenant - Animatronics mp3 download


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At times, Kovenant have problems pulling all of this together into a cohesive style of their own, but their ambition is admirable and their sound ultimately distinct from most of their contemporaries.

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Sound - 10 This album is very different from Nexus Polaris (released for the first time in 1998) because the black metal atmosphere is massively changed. This brings a bigger variation to the album compared to the earlier ones.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Mirrors Paradise Kovenant Kovenant 5:01
2 New World Order Kovenant Kovenant 4:30
3 Mannequin Mikey Craig / Roy Hay / Kovenant / Jon Moss / George O'Dowd Kovenant 5:00
4 Sindrom Kovenant Kovenant 5:30
5 Jihad Kovenant Kovenant 5:58
6 The Human Abstract Kovenant Kovenant 4:55
7 Prophecies of Fire Kovenant Kovenant 4:38
8 In the Name of the Future Kovenant Kovenant 4:56
9 Spaceman Babylon Zoo Kovenant 5:22
10 The Birth of Tragedy Kovenant Kovenant 5:16

Credits

Babylon Zoo - Composer
Siggy Bemm - Producer
Kovenant - Composer, Primary Artist
Mikey Craig - Composer
Roy Hay - Composer
Per Heimly - Photography
Mathias Klinkmann - Engineer
Jon Moss - Composer
George O'Dowd - Composer
Anarius
… And then came the changes.Covenant were forced to change their name in The Kovenant in order to avoid lawsuits against an electronic Swedish band named also Covenant. The name change coincided with the stylistic change, as Animatronics finds the band partially revolutionized. The album cover is distinctive: judging by the look of Psy Coma (aka Amund Svensson) at the left, they’re adopted White Zombie’s persona and desire to make simpler, glammy music. The psychotic look of “Lex Icon” (ex Nagash, aka Stian Arnesen) suggests a lyrical focus chained to degeneration, decay and “new world orders”. And Hellhammer, aka Jan Axel Blomberg, who is on the right is… well, just there for the banquet.It’s almost impossible to judge Animatronics without comparing the band presented to the previous, and it’s even more difficult to find actual redeeming qualities on such stylistic change. Previously, Covenant were a mediocre Progressive/Power Metal band that had incorporated “Symphonic Black Metal dynamics and overbearing production” just for the sake of it: now, The Kovenant have become an extremely banal Ministry-White Zombie rip-off. The songs are astoundingly simple, direct 4/4-6/8 rockers with barely any technicality, plenty of keyboard/chorus touches, but almost no memorable moments. Arnesen’s vocals consist of whispers, snarls, Silencer-like “aows” and actually no singing: in short, a tentative Marilyn Manson build-up. The riffs of the past weren’t stunning, but these are even more despicable, and make any song seem a “Post-Industrial throwaway”.At this time, probably The Kovenant were eager to become Rob Zombie or Trent Reznor’s backing band, else we can’t explain a stylistic diversion so evident and hurriedly done, it almost seemed a commercial move: something exemplified by a cover of Babylon Zoo’s “Spaceman”, another contemporary British band interested in sounding as more “hipster” as possible, where Arnesen, obviously, refuses to sing properly. And neither the critical backlash and commercial breakdown stopped the band from releasing another album, their last, replicating this style once again.Highlights: “Mannequin”.