Fleurety - Fragmenta Cuinsvis Aetatis Contemporaneae (2017)

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Keeping things as weird and unique as possible, today we have the legendary Fleurety and their latest EP titled “Fragmenta Cuinsvis Aetatis Contemporaneae”. Released as a 7” vinyl, the listener gets two more windows in to the band’s unique, and pretty deranged, musical vision. If you like weird stuff, this is definitely something you need to check out.

Very far from their Black Metal origins in the seminal “Min tid skal komme”, the band has continued to evolve over the years perfectly creating a very bizarre sound that just keeps getting better and better with time. Exhibit A in this release is the trippy “Consensus”, a song that is quite experimental with influences ranging from Noise to Drone and all the way to Jazz. This piece creates a very dissonant and uncomfortable atmosphere that is equally brilliant and insane at the same time.

The mood gets a bit more sinister with the hypnotic “Carnal Nation”. A jazzy bass guitar line and the mysterious riffing perfectly combine to create a very trance-inducing atmosphere that quickly envelops the listener. This is definitely our favorite track of this very unique 7”. Overall, this release gives you Fleurety at its best, with all their weirdness. If you like Avant-garde Metal that pushes the boundaries of genre, look no further and get this very limited release.

Band: Fleurety Album: Fragmenta Cuinsvis Aetatis Contemporaneae

Label: Aesthetic Death

Release: January 5th, 2017

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Genre: Avant-garde Metal

Country: Norway

Rating: 90/100
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