Omega Massif ‎– Karpatia

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1st pressing (30th August 2011):
300x Special Limited Clear Green
700x Black Vinyl

2nd pressing (17th November 2011):
150x Ultraclear w/ Black and Green Splatter
350x Ultraclear

3rd pressing (August 2013)
200x Black w/ White Splatter
300x Black

Cassette (2013): 101 Copies

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DEN 98 Omega Massif Karpatia(LP, Album) Denovali Records DEN 98 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
DEN 98 Omega Massif Karpatia(CD, Album + Dig) Denovali Records DEN 98 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
DEN 98 Omega Massif Karpatia(LP, Album, Ltd, Gre) Denovali Records DEN 98 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
DEN 98 Omega Massif Karpatia(LP, Album, Ltd, RP, Ult) Denovali Records DEN 98 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
DEN 98 Omega Massif Karpatia(LP, Album, Ltd, RP, Ult) Denovali Records DEN 98 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
LCJ02 Omega Massif Karpatia(Cass, Album) La Cassette Jaune LCJ02 Germany 2013 Sell This Version
DEN 98 Omega Massif Karpatia(LP, Album, Ltd, RP, Bla) Denovali Records DEN 98 Germany 2013 Sell This Version

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SirBroomstick

SirBroomstick

March 16, 2014
referencing Karpatia, LP, Album, DEN 98
Awesome Band great stuft!
Riffgott

Riffgott

October 10, 2011
referencing Karpatia, CD, Album + Dig, DEN 98

Würzburg, Germany, based instrumental Post Metal/Rock band Omega Massif are to release their much anticipated 2nd album this Friday.
45 minutes of lead-heavy riffs, eerie melodies and suspense-packed songwriting take the listener down into the sludgy depths of “Karpatia”.

Focusing on catchy arrangements rather than jammed-out soundscapes, this album really has the edge when it comes to well crafted song structures. The shorter tracks like “Wölfe” present a traditional, Doom Metal influenced style, while the lengthy songs set out to explore the interplay of crude power and atmospheric tranquility typically found in the Post Metal genre.

Production-wise the record offers a clear, yet powerful punch in the face. Every instrument blends perfectly into the overall sound, allowing subtle details to stand out and shine.

Even if you are not into modern Metal at all, you should give “Karpatia” a spin, as it is a catchy, yet demanding and in a way unique sounding album, rooted in Doom and Post Metal alike.

Please check out my blog with other reviews as well: http://underneathadyingsun.wordpress.com/2011/09/12/review-karpatia-by-omega-massif/