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The Spectral Sorrows Edge Of Sanity
Release Date: 2004 - 07 - 18, Audio CD, Black Mark
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by - written on 01/07/08 (Very useful, 23 readings)
'The Spectral Sorrows' is a natural half-way point between the densely progressive and heavy 'Unorthodox' and the more accessible death metal sound of 'Purgatory Afterglow,' and strikes a nice balance between the two. The melodic quotient is increased significantly, from the slow guitar harmonies and atmospheric sections that pervade almost every track to the occasional clean vocals, culminating in the surprising deviation of 'Sacrified,' a gothic rock song that sounds just like Sisters of Mercy. There's also a punk-influenced song in the form of 'Feedin' the Charlatan,' an effective Manowar cover that doesn't ruin the song with growled vocals as most death covers of ... Read the complete review
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