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by - written on 06/08/09, updated on 06/08/09 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Russian band Forest Stream's 2003 debut release 'Tears of Mortal Solitude' is clearly heavily influenced by Swedish doom/death bands Katatonia and Opeth, and the band also contributed to the 2006 Katatonia tribute album December Songs alongside the likes of Xasthur, Forgotten Tomb and Forest of Shadows. Unsuprisingly then, the songs on 'Tears of Mortal Solitude' are filled with Cure-esque clean chords and raw, doomy, drawn-out riffs of a minimalist nature, and are accompanied by sounds of thunder and rainfall, strains of piano and the despondent growls wholly reminiscent of those of Opeth frontman Mikael Akerfeldt. There are the occasional passages of ethereal ... Read the complete review
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