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January 24, 2019

Fleurety – ‘Fragmenta Cuinsvis Aetatis Contemporaneae’ review

Fleurety – ‘Fragmenta Cuinsvis Aetatis Contemporaneae’
Aesthetic Death records / Grand Sounds promotion
Release date: 05 January 2017

Old Norwegian duo Fleurety strikes again after 4 years of silence! And of course with the same line-up, Svein Egil Hatlevik and Alexander Nordgaren.

Unfortunately this is not a full-length album but just two songs EP… Firstly I was curious if Fleurety haven’t changed their musical genre, and these two songs approved they were not.

‘Fragmenta Cuinsvis Aetatis Contemporaneae’ is the typical for Fleurety stuff – avant-garde, progressive, noisy. To be honest for me were not enough these two songs, because I wanted to hear some more new tunes from them. But we have what do we have, and I was enough enjoyed by what I hear from there.

Opening track ‘Consensus’ starts with some avant-noise stuff, which later has been transformated into noisy black metal, made by mid pieces and with distorted sound. Sounds really obscure.

Next track ‘Carnal Nations’ comes there with more quiet stuff, the same noisy but more relaxed if I may say so and with soft guitars. The song is more into some prog-avant-garde key.

All in all, let’s wait what they gonna to bring us with the full-length album later!

Written by Audrew.