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Mythological Cold Towers : Sphere of Nebaddon



That not all doom bands come from rainy and gloomy regions in the world where the sun hardly shines proves this Brazilian based band. Harsh death/doom metal in the style of older Paradise Lost ('Gothic' era) is let loose upon the listener. Both musically and vocally the entire album is unrelenting and unforgiving with a slightly epic touch. Especially the haunting guitars and keyboard add a great deal to the tortured sound.

Shamefully, even with the booklet, it is at times hard to follow the grunted lyrics. The for a doom record relatively fast tempo, keeps of the album interesting until the end.

Most fans of older Paradise Lost or fans of harsh and unrelenting doom-metal will most certainly love this album, but it's not the most original album ever released.

Reviewer's rating: Unrated

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Tracklist :
1. In the Forgotten Melancholic Waves of Eternal Sea
2. Celestial Dimensions into Silence
3. The Vastness of a Desolated Glory
4. Slaves in the Imaginary Abyssal Line
5. Exotic Voluptuousness of a Lost Feeling of Life
6. Golden Bells from the Eternal Frost
7. Mythological Cold Towers
8. ...Of Inexistency
9. A Portal to My Darkest Soul
10. Sphere of Nebaddon

Duration : Approx. 50 minutes

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Reviewed on ??-??-???? by Aldo Quispel
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