The Butcher's Ballroom - Diablo Swing Orchestra Reviews
Description:Artist: Diablo Swing Orchestra / Audio CD released 2007-08-13 at Candlelight / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Balrog Bo ... more
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3 Poetic Pitbull Revelations
4 Rag Doll Physics
6 Velvet Embracer
7 Gunpowder Chant
9 Wedding March For A Bullet
10 Qualms Of Conscience
11 Zodiac Virtues
12 Porcelain Judas
13 Pink Noise Waltz
Newest Review: ... in metal for a number of years, Ann-Louice Lögdlund's female vocals here are performed in full-blown operatic style, rather ... more
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by - written on 23/06/08 (Useful, 26 readings)
Certainly among the more adventurous metal albums I've heard, 'The Butcher's Ballroom' is self-consciously experimental heavy metal, incorporating substantial elements of, as the band's name would suggest, swing music and opera. While opera has had its place in metal for a number of years, Ann-Louice Lögdlund's female vocals here are performed in full-blown operatic style, rather than the diluted imitations of bands such as Nightwish and Epica. The style occasionally fails to impress, or ends up sounding like an inferior version of something Finntroll might do, or failing that a Devin Townsend polka experiment, but for the most part it's rewarding and ... Read the complete review
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