Amorphis - The Karelian Isthmus download album
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Amorphis – The Karelian Isthmus. Label: Relapse Records – RED 6045-2. Country: US. Released: 01 Nov 1992. Producer – Amorphis, Tomas Skogsberg. Vocals, Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Tomi Koivusaari. Disc: Made in the . Booklet and back cover: Printed in Canada.
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The Karelian Isthmus is the title of the third releasefirst full-length studio LP album of Finnish metal band Amorphis, released in 1992. Although The Karelian Isthmus took its name from a historic Finnish battleground, Karelian Isthmus, its lyrics focus on Amorphis's well known epic themes from the history of Finnish warfare and religion, but drawing more from Celtic mythology rather than the later traditions of Amorphis's own native land.
The Karelian Isthmus. By: Amorphis (1992, Rock). 3. Grail’s Mysteries. 6. Exile Of The Sons Of Uisliu. 7. The Lost Name Of God.
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The Karelian Isthmus is one of the best early-'90s European death metal debuts. Amorphis previously issued some demos that were eventually combined into Privilege of Evil, but this 1992 release is the band's first fully conceived effort. What is most impressive is the high dynamic standard that the group establishes so early in its recording career. This is due mainly to the group's heavy and quite original riffs. Black Embrace" and "The Lost Name of God" feature some of the most effective and yet surprisingly simple guitar signatures imaginable.