|Traditional Doom, Gothic/Doom|
Gloomy and mellow Doom Metal with sultry alto vocals. The first album, Shadowdance, is significantly heavier and colder than their later albums, perpetuating the atmosphere of "a fairytale gone wrong". Their second release, Fevered, introduces some tasteful Gothic elements, drenching their music in organs and bass-heavy riffs. Their third, and final, album, Light Shines Black, sees them going further into Gothic and Electronic territories, making for an interesting blend with their Doom Metal background. Altogether, their music could be seen as a doomier, female-fronted equivalent to Danzig or Type O Negative.
|The Wounds of Bitterness||1995||None||Demo|
|Light Shines Black||2001||Massproduktion||CD|
|Shadow Dance (1994)|
|Missionary Man (1999)|
|Light Shines Black (2001)|
|After 'Shadow Dance' female vocalist K. Höijertz left and was replaced by M. Holmberg. K. Höijertz now provides the female vocals for a vamperic Black-metal band called Siebenbürgen. Also the earliest of demo 'Dwell' actually features not female but male vocals by one J. Fahlberg!|