Review from The Blog of Doom

Posted by Nick Skog on Saturday, April 23, 2016 Under: English
From: The Blog of Doom
Published: March 25, 2016

Embracing the classic Doom/Death Metal sound, this Greek 6-piece cranks out a stunning Peaceville homage on their debut release. Switching between death growls and soaring cleans, the vocals call on 20+ years of genre influence while delivering tales of sorrow and pain and all that good stuff. As always, though, I’m a sucker for the slow, haunting guitar lines that provide the bulk of the record’s melody. The album is a bit bloated, clocking in over one hour. That’s a lot of despair to digest in one sitting, but it’s a solid listen all the way through and if you like the genre, you won’t be disappointed.

In : English 

Tags: immensity  the isolation splendour  doom metal  death-doom metal  gothic doom metal  greek doom metal  underground metal  paradise lost  early anathema  my dying bride 

 Released: March 21, 2016
500 Copies
Genre: Atmospheric Death-Doom Metal