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Solitude Aeturnus




USA - Active.

Description

Epic Doom, Traditional Doom

One of the best traditional Doom bands of current times and also without a doubt one of the biggest and the best known ones that is still around (the true juggernaut of old school doom!). Shamelessly underappreciated by most Death/Doom fans. Solitude Aeturnus' traditional sound is fully up to modern-day standards and very innovative. The clean vocals by R. Lowe's unique voice seem to be a "hate em or love em" case. The clever song writing and superb lyrics also make Solitude Aeturnus' music stand out.

Discography

And Justice For All...1988NoneDemo
Mirror Of Sorrow1988NoneDemo
Opaque Divinity1988NoneDemo
Into the Depths of Sorrow1990RoadrunnerCD
Beyond The Crimson Horizon1992RoadrunnerCD
Through The Darkest Hour1994PavementCD
Downfall1996PavementCD
Adagio1998MassacreCD
Through The Darkest Hour/Downfall199?PavementRe-release
Justice For All2000Doomed PlanetRe-release
Into the Depths of Sorrow2004BrainticketRe-release
Alone2006MassacreRe-release
Alone2006Century MediaCD

Contact

contact@eternalsolitude.com

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Reviews

Beyond The Crimson Horizon (1992)
Adagio (1998)
Alone (2006)

Interviews

Interview with Solitude Aeturnus (2011-07-07).

Misc

At the time of the releas of 'And Justice For All' (which preceeds Metallicas album with the same name by 7 months) the band went under the name Solitude. After a power metal band with the same name put their lawyer on the case, the name was changed to the current one.
Vocalist R. Lowe also sings on the first album of Last Chapter, and guitarist John Perez runs the record label Brainticket. - the 2004 re-release of 'Into the Depths of Sorrow' includes 3 bonus tracks: demo versions of 'Oqaque Divinity' and 'Mirror of Sorrow' as well as the only non-recorded Solitude Aeturnus song 'City of Armageddon' from a rehearsal session.

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