Akercocke – ‘Renaissance in Extremis’ CD


The ‘Renaissance in Extremis’ album by Akercocke is a stunning work that showcases the band’s unique blend of extreme metal, progressive rock, and classical music. The album features a diverse range of sounds and styles, with intricate melodies, complex rhythms, and powerful vocals.

One of the most notable aspects of the album is the way it seamlessly fuses different musical genres and influences. From the crushing riffs to the haunting ballads, each track is a journey through different sonic landscapes, with a distinct sense of atmosphere and emotion.

The musicianship on ‘Renaissance in Extremis’ is also exceptional, with each band member delivering virtuosic performances on their respective instruments. The vocals, in particular, are impressive, with frontman Jason Mendonca showcasing his impressive range and versatility.

The production quality of the album is also noteworthy, with a clear and well-balanced mix that allows every instrument and vocal track to shine. The album is a testament to the band’s attention to detail and commitment to creating a high-quality listening experience.

Overall, ‘Renaissance in Extremis’ is a highly recommended album for fans of extreme metal and progressive rock. It is a bold and adventurous work that pushes the boundaries of the genre, showcasing the band’s impressive musicianship and artistic vision. From the complex rhythms to the soaring melodies, this album is sure to leave a lasting impression on listeners.

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Weight 0.20 lbs
Dimensions 4.84 × 5.59 × 0.47 in





United Kingdom


Progressive blackened death metal


Neil Kernon, and Alan Douches


Peaceville Records


August 25th, 2017




Compact Disk


01. Disappear
02. Unbound By Sin
03. Insentience
04. First To Leave The Funeral
05. Familiar Ghosts
06. A Final Glance Back Before Departing
07. One Chapter Ends For Another To Begin
08. Inner Sanctum
09. A Particularly Cold September




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