Orphaned Land / Amaseffer – ‘Kna’an’ (collaboration 2016)
Release: 28 August 2016
Label: Century Media Records
“Kna’an” is a collaboration between Amaseffer and Orphaned Land. I can summarize “Kna’an” in one word: disappointment. After the awesome and epic “All Is One” (2013) I didn’t expect this – really… and Amaseffer made a nice work in “Exodus – Slaves for Life” (2008). This is completely different from what we usually see from both bands.
This album was supposedly made as a soundtrack for a theater about Abraham’s journey to Canaan. Even so, it’s a really boring soundtrack. The only track I liked was “The Angel Of The Lord”, to choose one.
And I don’t know if this is really a collaboration between the bands because the lineup is all Orphaned Land guys (including the drummer) plus Erez Yohanan, the Amaseffer drummer, so…
If you are expecting something heavier, as I was, you will also feel disappointed.
- The Holy Land of Kna’an
- The Angel of the Lord
- Naked – Sarah and Abraham
- The Burning Garden – Sarah and Hagar
- Naked – Abraham
- A Tree Without No Fruit – Sarah
- There Is No God for Ishma’el
- The Vision
- A Dove Without Her Wings – Hagar
- The Loneliness of Itzhak
- Fruits from Different Trees – Ishma’el and Itzhak
- Prisoners of the Past