Review from Lords of Metal E-Zine

Posted by Nick Skog on Monday, December 3, 2012 Under: Album Reviews
From: Lords of Metal E-Zine
 December 3, 2012
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When exactly can one expect ones disposition to be subterranean? After digging a hole perhaps? Perhaps it takes a less than sunny disposition, maybe even a subterranean one, to finally stop coming up with all these pretentious but useless band names. Anyway, lets focus on the music on this self-titled album first. It is clear from the get go that Terry Vainoras one-man project draws an immense amount of inspiration from the trinity of British doom: My Dying Bride, Anathema and Paradise Lost. These five long doom/death compositions are skillfully executed, and the same can be said of the artwork. Subterranean Disposition ticks all doom boxes (coffins?), but thats all that can be said. The project lacks the charisma and/or the identity that really distinguishes it from the pack. Not bad, but forgettable.

Rating: 60/100
Reviewed by: Martin

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Tags: subterranean disposition doom metal melodic death-doom terry vainoras cryptic darkness 


Released: October 27, 2012
500 Copies (400 regular, 100 digipack)
Experimental Doom Metal