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Cemetery of Scream : Melancholy



This is the East-european answer to 'Always', the classic album from The Gathering. Heavy doom metal with a lot of orchestral synths, a deep grunt with some spoken parts, some clean vocals and a threatening, deeply melancholic atmosphere. The keyboards are in front of the mix, the guitars serve to introduce heaviness and threat into the music.

Although the lyrics contain a lot of grammatical mistakes, they are also striking and different than most doom albums. Also the fuzzy, melancholic album cover and the length of this work, make it worth to check out.

Coming from Poland, Cemetery of Scream didn't get the response they deserved, although this album is an atmospheric doom masterpiece.

Reviewer's rating: Unrated

Information

Tracklist :
1. Prologue
2. Melancholy
3. Dolor Ante Lucem
4. Gods of Steel
5. And Just the Birds...
6. Apocalyptic Visions (Part II)
7. Anxiety
8. Landscape of Sadness
9. Lost Flowers
10. Violet Fields of Extinction
11. Epilogue
12. The Shadow of Notre Dame Cathedral

Duration : Approx. 70 minutes

Visit the Cemetery of Scream bandpage.

Reviewed on ??-??-???? by Kostas Panagiotou
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