I guess it gets harder and harder to be original with every new band that arrives on the scene. You only got so many chords to choose from that they’re bound to be repeated sometimes by somebody. So you need to find your own niche in the field of metal to even have a chance to stand out. Thunderkraft seem to have found their own path on this wet and slippery road that we call metal. There is a symphonic and big sound to Thunderkraft’s black metal that together with an industrial touch and with lyrics in their native tongue gives this album an interesting aura. I can’t help liking this to a Marilyn Manson/Rob Zombie hybrid gone black metal berserk. “Totentanz” has a Mad Max gone Ukraine feeling to it. I like that post-apocalyptic feeling this album sends out. Anders Ekdahl

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