Creditor breathtaking fame during the nineties, Melodic Death Metal torn between whether stoically resist the ravages caused by the passage of time waiting for the opportunity to rejuvenate laurels or take a bitter retreat to which many seem to be waiting bloodthirsty and bad baba.
The choice for one of the two sides of the dichotomy seems clear, but the facts of many of the big names that one day championed the disembarking from their longships movement seems to indicate otherwise even inadvertently.
Big names like In Flames, Children of Bodom (even if they are not one of the founding groups) or Dark Tranquility have lived very differently over time and its consequences, but all have finished choosing their design in motion trajectories tangential skew the beginning of the scene from which they originated. It seems perfectly logical, in times of open-mindedness without limitation, these three bands have chosen to expand borders, move or simply move them to a new territory from which to launch their next attack. […]