Love's Burial Ground - Forgotten Tomb Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal / Artist: Forgotten Tomb / Audio CD released 2004-07-18 at Adipocere
Newest Review: ... can provoke mockery and spite from the 'trve' brigade, but nobody can dispute their unique ability to forge memorable songs ... more
Customer Love's Burial Ground - Forgotten Tomb Reviews (2)
by - written on 25/10/11 (Useful, 4 readings)
Italian horde Forgotten Tomb are rather a 'Marmite'-esque band in extreme metal circles. Their overt attempts to brand themselves as depressive and suicidal can provoke mockery and spite from the 'trve' brigade, but nobody can dispute their unique ability to forge memorable songs and conjure a truly bleak vision of misanthropic despair. They have penned several excellent albums and this has to be up there with the best of them. Rather like Greerk titans Rotting Christ, they have, in latter years, gone through a more rock-based and softer period. Rotting Christ have managed to get this out of their system, Sentenced never did, and I can only hope that Forgotten Tomb will . Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/09, updated on 14/11/09 (Very useful, 20 readings)
Released in 2004, 'Love's Burial Ground' is the third and for my money best full length by Italian depressive black metal/doom band Forgotten Tomb. As before, the songs on offer mix raw, nihilistic and chaotic fast-paced black metal with despondently-melodic, doomy passages in the vein of old Katatonia, accentuated by the anguished, rasped screams and howls of vocalist Herr Morbid. The songs are all very drawn-out and can be somewhat meandering on occasion, and the frequent, distant-sounding marching-band interludes dont help with this, although they do succeed in adding to the album's atmosphere. This disjointedness is made up for by the excellent momentum ... Read the complete review
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