Naglfar / Harvest
Album:Harvest Collection:General
Artist:Naglfar Added:Apr 2007
Label:Century Media 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2007-05-27 Pull Date:2007-07-29 Charts:Loud
Week Ending:Jun 24Jun 17Jun 10Jun 3

Recent Airplay
1.Jun 20, 2007:Baptism of Solitude
Breathe Through Me
4.Jun 07, 2007:The Adventurer's Choice
Breathe Through Me
2.Jun 19, 2007:too heavy for titanium
Breathe Through Me
5.Jun 02, 2007:Bloodstains Across Atherton - Super Sized Extended Version
Feeding Moloch
3.Jun 13, 2007:Baptism of Solitude (extended mix)
Breathe Through Me

Album Review
Ragnar of Ravensfjord
Reviewed 2007-05-30 
Bombastic Black Metal from Sweden with a few melodic strides. Nothing totally mindblowing but it is impressive how they can play so fast for so long. That said they diverert into a few slow, melodic passages here & there. Overall a generally good effort from a veteran band. Comparable to Dissection, Behemoth or Dark Funeral.

((((1)))) Classy, fast, charging BM with some good catchy chourses.
((((2)))) Blasting, raging but a little thrown for a curve by the slow breakdown.
((3)) “Meh” Too clean & “happy” sounding. Needs more CRUELTY!
((((4)))) That’s more like it. Megathrashin’ speed mixing with some lunging doom.
((5)) Thrashing B.M. and keyboards don’t mix well and this is a good example why.
((((6)))) Good mix of traditional metal riffs with modern B.M. styles. Pretty consistent.
((((7))))) Stripped down thrash/black styled with a few more doomy & melodic breakdowns.
((((8))))) Kinda samey as the other thrashin’ songa but this one is focused on the intensity of the riffs. Impressive.
((9)) Slow & sluggish melodic, epic BM. Pretty dull at 7+ minutes.

Track Listing
1.Into The Black 5.The Darkest Road
2.Breathe Through Me 6.Way Of The Rope
3.The Mirrors Of My Soul 7.Plutonium Reveries
4.Odium Generis Humani 8.Feeding Moloch