Review from Thy Demons Be Scribbling

Posted by Nick Skog on Saturday, June 18, 2016 Under: English
From: Thy Demons Be Scribbling
Published: June 15, 2016

I thought I'd end this edition with one that I thought should be right up my alley and whaddya know? It is! Do I know myself or what?!? Death, doom and awesome. I listen to a ton of music but I always come back to doom when in doubt. More importantly to get me worked up it has to offer something different than the crowd since the crowd of doom bands seems to be getting more than a little ridiculous. SD keep it fresh with the infusion of death and the beautiful operatic alto of Gelareh Pour guesting on Embittered. The contrast on Embittered give a real beauty and the beast action that blows that Disney crap away (yeah I know it wasn't that bad but still!). There is also some saxophone mixed in which is something I've only heard another favorite of mine, Horn of the Rhino, do. This is one that I'll definitely find myself coming back to since there's a lot to digest and it's excellent. You can't beat a title like All Roads Lead To Perdition plus this is doom through and through, one hour for 6 tracks and not one you'll skip over. Also you can't really tell from the sound produced but this is a two man band which endears it to me that much more. Doom lovers rejoice here is another excellent album for you. 
Fav Tracks: Embittered & All Roads Lead To Perdition

Rating: 4.5/5
Reviewed by: Fiend

In : English 

Tags: subterranean disposition  contagiuum and the landscapes of failure  doom metal reviews  death doom metal  australian doom metal 

 Released: June 13, 2016
500 Copies
Genre: Apocalyptic Eclectic Doom Metal