The Black League - Ichor
Nuclear Blast
Dark Metal
13 songs (58'34)
Release year: 2000
The Black League, Nuclear Blast
Reviewed by Danny

This is a good release for all fans of Dark Metal. Actually one of the best since Sentenced's Crimson this year. Melodic, with aggressive voice (always clear), heavy drums and some black metal elements (or touch) which give a quiet unique sound to Black League. In Flames or Dark Tranquility (voice style) can be also added to Sentenced, but Ichor is definitely a Dark Metal album, melodic and sometimes very depressive (for those of you who know the depressive parts of Sentenced, this is what I mean).

is the kind of album you can hear from first track to the last one without "jumping" any songs. A good mixture of dark wave, rock and metal. Well done guys. Cold & Warm !!!

Killing Songs :
One Colour Black, Avalon, We Die Alone
Danny quoted 79 / 100
Other albums by The Black League that we have reviewed:
The Black League - Mans Ruin Revisited reviewed by Alex and quoted 80 / 100
The Black League - Utopia A. D. reviewed by Alex and quoted 89 / 100
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