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Kalmah é uma banda finlandesa de death metal melódico formada em 1999 após o término do Ancestor. Pekka Kokko (guitarrista e vocalista) e Petri Sankala (bateria) haviam unido-se em 1993 com o propósito de tocar o puro metal extremo dos deuses. a banda também incorpora elementos do power metal e speed metal, similarmente à outras bandas como Children of Bodom e Norther.

Formação atual

* Antti Kokko - guitarra
* Pekka Kokko - guitarra e vocal
* Timo Lehtinen - baixo
* Marco Sneck - teclado

* Janne Kusmin - bateria


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  • Muinaiset

    Wolves on the throne and Hollo are the only songs that stick out to me really. Hollo was an unexpected surprise for me.

    20 Abr 19h11 Responder
  • spineshank155

    I thought Hollo was pretty meh but it wasn't all bad. Your right alchemist_os, but as i said SS is my least favorite album, it wasn't bad i mean i listened to the album like 50x already, it has some great tracks but overall some songs are pretty skippable imo.

    20 Abr 15h59 Responder
  • Muinaiset

    Hollo is probably my favorite from Seventh Swamphony. Wolves on the Throne and the Self Titled are good as well.

    5 Abr 11h24 Responder
  • alchemist_os

    @spineshank155: It sounds to me like an attempt to mix the sound of the first three with the last three. High pitched vocals are back to an extent, and keyboards are playing a more prominent role.

    4 Abr 9h12 Responder
  • OLZ80

    слишком много от хеви, пощай Kalmah

    31 Mar 20h28 Responder
  • jagarico1184


    20 Mar 12h54 Responder
  • spineshank155

    With listening to SS over 58x i can't really say that it's a passable album, but i don't think it's one of the best and it's quite low on the list. It is true most of the new stuff isn't that good, i always thought that SS was a questionable album. For me personally, i don't even think the album track is any better then their previous efforts. It wasn't disappointing, i was more pumped that Kalmah was releasing new material then the songs themselves, but in the end there wasn't anything spectacular about the album.

    13 Mar 17h24 Responder
  • stephanielvern

    Awesomeeeeeeeeeeeee \m/

    10 Mar 15h52 Responder
  • bassius

    i was pumped when i heard the title track (which is one of their best songs ever) but yea like you said, the rest is passable but i haven't busted out SS in months and kind of just forgot about it.

    10 Mar 6h24 Responder
  • versionfiv

    this time they didn't really do anything new that was interesting or improved on what they had done before[2] we got 1 good song, the title track, at least.

    4 Mar 19h11 Responder
  • matliber2

    (-_ -) \m/

    23 Fev 20h54 Responder
  • ImLooserman


    23 Fev 14h31 Responder
  • darkonyxswe

    Yes, that is kinda true, but at the same time they always bring in something new and awesome that builds upon what they did before, surpassing their previous works. But this time they didn't really do anything new that was interesting or improved on what they had done before, which is why I think it's not the best release.

    21 Fev 17h11 Responder
  • spineshank155

    That is kind of Kalmah's trademark though, rehashing songs. I thought the guitars was a little softer then previous. I wonder if Amazon, Itunes or Spotify offers the bonus material, i haven't checked in awhile for that.

    19 Fev 4h26 Responder
  • darkonyxswe

    SS is pretty good, but definitely not their best... they try TOO MUCH to be like their few past album of "the new era" (TBW and later) of their sound. There's too many rehashed songs here, some even contains the same (vocal) melody, for example the song Black Marten's Trace. You definitely have the feeling of "haven't I heard that before?"... I had that feeling most throughout the album which is a pity, as I know they can do so much more. But it's a safe bet and I still like the album as I'm fond of the sound on TBW and later, so a 7/10 from me. But I have to say, the new keyboardist really want to keep that Trance-y sound on his keyboard, sounds a bit annoying at times though...

    17 Fev 13h43 Responder
  • darkonyxswe

    They got so many amazing bonus tracks on their CDs which turn me off buying their CDs, because I cannot live with the thought of missing them out on physical media :( I WANT TO LIVE IN JAPAN DAMMIT! >_<

    16 Fev 22h21 Responder
  • Cynic_Raven

    they don't fuck around...they really love what they do nd that's why they'd still be th best <3

    16 Fev 10h23 Responder
  • spineshank155

    One of the coolest band names ever. [2]

    28 Jan 16h42 Responder
  • StormLightsBane

    My first... And still one of the best

    26 Jan 14h32 Responder
  • Cellhavoc

    One of the coolest band names ever.

    26 Jan 14h16 Responder
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