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Except 1998's "Supreme Immortal Art" I never found access to ABIGOR's black art. Too complex, too much avantgarde, too weird for me. Actually, "Totschläger" goes in the same direction, but this time I can follow and enjoy the band's progressive melodic black metal. It is often harsh, has a lot rough edges and is far away from being simple and catchy, but songs like "Silent Towers, Screaming Tombs" spread a certain magic I like and know from bands like Arcturus for example. H.L.