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by - written on 05/04/08 (Very useful, 17 readings)
The second "solo" album from Italian singer Cadaveria leaves behind most of its pretensions to black metal, instead favouring a more classic, doom-laden metal style now that guitarist Frank Booth has been properly integrated into the Opera IX alumni. This blackened doom style is most evident in the slow riffs that keep most songs compelling but do become rather stale after a while, and the greatest disappointment comes when Booth starts ripping off his own riffs in later songs. The most noticeable change from the first album is that Cadaveria now sings for all she's worth, using a high singing voice that's surprisingly good, considering how well she ... Read the complete review
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