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Leytmotif Luzifer (The 7 Temptations of Man)”


Abigor - Leytmotif Luzifer (The 7 Temptations of Man)

Abigor’s 2014 release “Leytmotif Luzifer” (The 7 Temptations of Man) sounds like a wonderfully chaotic symphony of highly over polished and sometimes, annoying guitar sounds. The vocals are good, the synths are forgettable, some of the “sound effects” used on “Temptation II – Stasis” in particular, I found truly annoying.


The guitars on this album are quite “jazzy” and “technical”. Half of the “cool additions” in this album I do not find to be very refreshing or memorable. Listen for yourself, and make your decision on checking this one out. I found it to be mediocre. This album’s production overall has a very thin and sterile sound to it.


We have a breath of fresh air with “Temptation V – Neglect”. It is a finely crafted tune and is good on all levels I think. Perfect in composition. It is sad that this is the only good song I heard on the entire album.


I was very excited to hear this album, because of the previous masterpieces created by this band, but instead, I get a bunch of riffs put into a blender and shuffled into a speedy chamber of  jazzy black metal. Don’t get me wrong, there were a few memorable riffs here and there, and certainly the drums and vocals were good.…




1. Temptation I – Ego

2. Temptation II – Stasis

3. Temptation III – Akrasia

4. Temptation IV – Indulgence

5. Temptation V – Neglect

6. Temptation VI – Compos Mentis

7. Temptation VII – Excessus








P.K. – Guitars/Bass

T.T. – Guitars/Drums/Bass


Rating: 5 out of 10

~Cosmic Cornmeal

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