Melechesh (IL)

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Melechesh (IL)

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Melechesh - Enki (Limited Edition Digipak) (2015)

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Year : 2015
Style : Black Metal , Death Middle Eastern Folk Metal
Country : Israel
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 150 mb


Bio:

Melechesh is an ethnically Assyrian and Armenian black metal and Mizrahi metal band that originated in Jerusalem, Israel and is currently based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Ashmedi started the band as a solo project in 1993. In the following year, guitarist Moloch and drummer Lord Curse were added to the line-up. The band's goal was to create a type of black metal incorporating extensive Middle Eastern influences mainly based on Assyrian (Mesopotamian) and occult themes (both musically and lyrically); the band invented the title "Mesopotamian metal" or "Sumerian Black Thrashing Metal" to best describe their type of metal.The band started their career in Jerusalem (and Bethlehem), where most Israeli Assyrians and many Israeli Armenians live today, and operated from there between 1993–1998; however, they have resided mainly in Amsterdam since 1998 for several personal, professional and demographic reasons.The band's release in 1995 of the official demo As Jerusalem Burns... and 7" EP The Siege of Lachish attracted attention from both underground metal fans and local authorities. Melechesh were accused of "Dark Cult activities" by the law enforcement authorities of the city of Jerusalem, especially by a frontpage newspaper article which twisted some facts. The charges were eventually dropped.In 1996, The band released their debut album As Jerusalem Burns...Al'Intisar on an American black metal record label; then newly recruited bassist Al'Hazred completed the line-up. This marked the band as the first signed Non-Israeli band from the Middle East and also the first international signed metal band from Jerusalem and Bethlehem.Due to various personal, professional, and demographic reasons the band members had to relocate. 1998 armed with a new promo CD "Mesopotamian Metal" and after a farewell gig in Jerusalem,Israel, Melechesh relocated to France and the Netherlands. Lord Curse remained in Jerusalem and later moved to the USA to continue with his Art studies (and now works for George Lucas' ILM company), hence, the band had to recruit a new drummer. Absu mainman and drummer Proscriptor soon filled the vacant position. From that point on, Melechesh have released two full-length albums: Djinn (2001), dealing with Mesopotamian mythology, and Sphynx (2003), dealing with Mesopotamian/Sumerian mythology while always keeping the dark and Near Eastern occult themes close to their hearts. The band recorded their fourth and highly acclaimed album Emissaries which is available in Europe (Osmose Productions) and by The End Records in the United States and Canada . Meanwhile, Xul has replaced Proscriptor as the band's full-time drummer. A documentary was begun filming the founder, about his plight to create the band. Despite the first director leaving the film after losing all footage he did in Jerusalem another director took over and the project is still on track.Ashmedi's biographical articles can be found on several reputable websites and printed magazines around the world, such as the magazines Decibel and Legacy.Meanwhile since the release of the highly acclaimed The Epigenesis, Melechesh have been continuously touring around the world to further promote the album.On 13 August 2013, Melechesh announced via their Facebook page that Moloch and Ashmedi amicabliy decided that Moloch should leave the band due to academic commitments. About Xul, he was dismissed in July on good terms. Sirius has been drafted, after one gig the collaboration ended and the position is open for a guitar player. A New drummer will be announced in the future. It is also understood that Scorpios' position in the band is that of a full-time member.

Album:

It's been five years since the Assyrian black-metal troupe MELECHESH (translated from Hebrew as "King of Fire") last put out an album. Though comparisons to NILE have followed these guys around forever, MELECHESH proved on 2006's "Emissaries" and 2010's "The Epigenesis" to have their own vibe, which is cultivated of Middle Eastern tones amidst their thrashing Mesopotamian/Sumerian occult themes.Over the past two decades, Ashmedi has watched his band dismantled, reassembled and dismantled again over reasons ranging from dismissals, members being drafted or pursuing academics. No stranger to adversity, he was forced to relocate from the band's Jerusalem homeland to Amsterdam over religious conflicts. Ashmedi and MELECHESH built their respected standing in the metal underground and the band returns this year with another winner, "Enki".Enki is a Sumerian god of crafts, water, wisdom and mischief, and MELECHESH builds their latest album from his reputed deeds. Enki, frequently depicted with the Euphrates and Tigris rivers rushing from his shoulders, is considered a god of life and replenishment. Enki is attributed in the Legend of Atrahasis as having helped save humanity from a wipeout deluge in an epic foil against his half-brother Enlil, the Sumerian king of the gods. Enlil found humans to be a noisy, irksome race that disturbed his sleep, so the myth goes. Thus you have the set stage for MELECHESH's extensive black-metal sonnet.The 6:32 "Tempest Temper Enlil Enraged" is a well-plotted journey of black-metal mayhem that's wrung together as tightly as you could hope for. Drummer Lord Curse's unrelenting double hammer pilots the course for Ashmedi and Moloch's melodic guitars and Scorpios's roving bass. The song is angry and violent, befitting of the title, yet MELECHESH's attention to detail and melody provides the necessary undercurrent to keep the song engaging.The remainder of "Enki" is a switch off between shorter and widespread compositions. "The Pendulum Speaks" is a four-minute mid-tempo pounder hailing more rock orientation than speed-slung char, no matter how serpentine Ashmedi's vocals are. Ditto for "Multiple Truths" and "The Palm, the Eye and Lapis Lazuli". The much faster "Lost Tribes" clocks in at 6:18, and MELECHESH requires patience as they later take the listener through successions of eight-minute mini epics with "Enki Divine Nature Awoken" and "Doorways to Irkala", then a near-thirteen minute finale, "The Outsiders".The Middle Eastern garnishments that have marked MELECHESH come mostly in rivulets and accents, such as when kicking off "Tempest Temper Enlil Enraged", "The Palm, the Eye and Lapis Lazuli" and the tremendous "Enki Divine Nature Awoken". In the case of "Doorways to Irkala", it's eight minutes of soothing percussion, sitar and saz. Largely, they appear as storytelling marks to remind the listener from where MELECHESH derives "Enki"'s narration, and they drop them in pockets (along with shuddery fugue chants) on the longer tracks for the same reason.While "Enki" is an indulgent project reflecting a stacked burst of creativity following the long interim since "The Epigenesis", Ashmedi proves himself not only resilient but also wise in bringing back Moloch and Lord Curse. The addition of Scorpios provides a deeper bass reach than ever before and the band's playing might be the firmest they've ever sounded. The interest in fusing more rock and trad metal measures into "Enki" giving it depth and groove, which allows the listener to hang with it. When this album speeds, it rockets, particularly on "Metatron and Man". When it just wants to rock, it freakin' rocks.

Line-Up:

Melechesh Ashmedi - Vocals, Guitars, Sitar, Keyboards, Piano, Percussion (1993-present) - See also: ex-Crushed Cenotaph
Lord Curse - Drums, Percussion (1994-1999, 2014-present)
Moloch - Guitars, Saz, Bindir, Bouzouki, Percussion, Vocals (backing) (1994-2013, 2014-present) - See also: ex-Equimanthorn
Scorpios - Bass, Vocals (backing) (2013-present) - See also: Acherontas, Crimson Moon, Possession Ritual, Sabnack, Zemial (live), Akrabu, ex-Ancient, ex-Demoncy, ex-Dethroned, ex-Hortus Animae (live), ex-E. V. P., ex-Infested, ex-Nibiru

Tracklist:

01. Tempest Temper Enlil Enraged 06:32
02. The Pendulum Speaks 04:18
03. Lost Tribes 06:17
04. Multiple Truths 05:07
05. Enki - Divine Nature Awoken 08:38
06. Metatron and Man 06:32
07. The Palm the Eye and Lapis Lazuli 04:08
08. Doorways to Irkala 08:00 instrumental
09. The Outsiders 12:48

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