Power of Metal.dk Review

Style: Not Metal
Release date: 29 November, 2013
Playing time: 58:19

'Autonomy' is Kekal's 9th full-length album and hopefully the last one that lands on my table. They started in Indonesia as an extreme (black metal and death metal sub-genres) band. This new album has nothing to do with metal anymore (except the track "Space Between Spaces") and the promoter's shouldn't have send it to a metal site for a review. In general I'm open minded, but this is a mile too far away for me. They call this music avant-garde metal/post-metal/experimental rock, call it what you want, but I don't like a bit about it. Probably the lowest rating I have ever given in my reviewing career......I stop now, it is already a big waste of my precious spare time...!

01. Rare Earth Elements
02. Pandora's Empty Box
03. Go Ahead and Feel the Pain
04. Disposable Man
05. Swings of All Moods
06. Indonesanity
07. Futuride
08. Playground
09. iComa
10. Space Between Spaces
11. Learning to Love the Future
Label: Whirlwind Records
Distribution: Gordeon Music
Reviewed by: Reinier de Vries
Date: 30 November, 2013
Website: www.kekal.org