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Internal Void : Standing on the Sun



Internal Void's first album, 'Standing on the Sun', is an excellent example of the old-school Sabbathy riffing doom that characterized the Hellhound label from the late 80s to the mid 90s. Taking their place alongside other giants of the genre, such as Unorthodox and The Obsessed, Internal Void had slow-to-medium paced, lengthy songs with a slammin' low end, melodic, liquid guitar solos, and sinister vocals drenched in reverb. Standout tracks include the opener, 'Warhorse', a slow, doomy song soaked in evil, and the anthemic 'Line in the Sand' with its killer, infectious guitar riff.

Several Internal Void band members have done time in other groups, which is characteristic of the Maryland/D.C. doom scene from which they come. The drummer on 'Standing on the Sun', Eric Little, is now in Earthride. Their present drummer, Ronnie Kalimon, has done time in Unorthodox and Iron Man. The year 2000 saw the release of Internal Void's second album, the excellent and more varied 'Unearthed'. Any old-school doomster can only hope that there's not another 7-year gap until the next one!

Reviewer's rating: Unrated

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Tracklist :
1. Warhorse
2. Take a Look
3. The Peace Song
4. Utopia of Daze
5. Standing on the Sun
6. Unclean Spirit
7. Devil in Drag
8. Eclipsed
9. Line in the Sand
10. Desolate Cemetery

Duration : Approx. 59 minutes

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Reviewed on ??-??-???? by Kevin McHugh
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