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My Dying Bride : Like Gods of the Sun



Everything these guys do turns out to be brilliant. On 'Like Gods of the Sun', My Dying Bride have decided to make shorter and more straightforward songs in contrast to their previous releases. The result is, once again, quite stunning.

As on the previous album, there are no grunts, but Aaron changed his vocal style a bit, opting for a more deep, dark type of vocals. I must say I am a bit disappointed with the production, but the music this album offers makes up for that. The album flows very well, and the violin played by Martin Powell fits better than ever.

Note that the digipack and Japanese versions of this album offer a couple of not very interesting remixes, which just maybe reveal a side of MDB. that we haven't heard yet. My Dying Bride, once again different, once again superb.

Reviewer's rating: Unrated

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Tracklist :
1. Like Gods of the Sun
2. The Dark Caress
3. Grace Unhearing
4. A Kiss to Remember
5. All Swept Away
6. For You
7. It Will Come
8. Here in the Throat
9. For My Fallen Angel
10. It Will Come (Nightmare remix) (bonus track) *

* Appears only on the digipack version.

Duration : Approx. 54 minutes

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Reviewed on ??-??-???? by Bojan Janjanin
Hate Your Guts Records
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