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Review: Draconian – Sovran

For me, Draconian has a unique style for itself. I cannot call it precisely gothic or doom. Frankly speaking, I also cannot call it a hybrid of those two genres called “gothic doom”. I know it’s futile to insist on limiting the...
 
9.1
 
 
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Review: Virgin Black – Requiem – Mezzo Forte

Guess what? Why the hell did this band come to my mind all of a sudden? Well, for two reasons that are pretty coincidental: First of all, the silly reason, I was playing Australia mission on Civilization 6 and got in the nation...
 
9.6
 
 
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Review: Dool – Here Now, There Then

This band called Dool is one of the few bands that appeared lately on the metal scene as something promising. I do not know what the future holds for them, but their debut album Here Now, There Then seems to be a decent start. ...
 
7.9

 
 
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Review: Enshine – Singularity

“Singularity”, Enshines second album, is weaving goth, doom, melo-death and even black metal into one, and starts with a strong opening track: a nice tantalizing synthesizer intro invites you alluringly in. For 30 seconds, this...
 
8.5
 
 
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Review: Enshine – Origin

Some beloved bands in my music collection share a similar epic synthesizer and guitar fueled sound, floating on strong melodies instead of mindless death growling and easy riffs. AtomA, Slumber and Seas of Years for instance pr...
 
9.3