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Four Elements Mysterium

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Category: Doom-Death

Year: 2000

Label: Mighty Music (DEN)

Catalog Number: PMZ011-2

Average Rating: Not rated.

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Thalarion Four Elements Mysterium Album Cover

Peter Schlosser drums, tambourine, Chinese wind
Peter Bartakovic bass
Nela Horvathova female vocals
Juraj Schlosser rhythm, lead and acoustic guitars
Juraj Grezdo vocals, keyboards, old Slovak pipe
1.  Cold Waters Of Turbulent Torrents  6:11
2.  A Herald Of Sorrow & Wretchedness  5:00
3.  A More Than Fiendish Malevolence  4:02
4.  Icon Of Hopelessness  5:25
5.  Almost Forgotten  4:27
6.  Where The Sloes Mature  6:21
7.  Carnival  5:24
8.  A Staircase To My Soul  5:46
9.  In April We Wept  3:22
Total Running Time:  45:58

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Dennis R. Date: August 20, 2001 at 10:13
More of a progressive symphonic sound, than straight doom/death. Various hooks and time/chord changes with female harmonies beyond your typical metal arrangement. Very good album and a good staring point for you, the listener. Their first album, not listed here, was more on the doom side, with less of the female harmonic's and chord changes, albeit, a very good album also.

From: Michael S. Date: April 8, 2004 at 0:43
Very Emotional... It brings a tear to your eye. This defiently is there best album and I am a big Death or Black metal fan and I love this. There is alot of chords where Nela sings she has like the best voice ever! Very good album (A MUST GET!!!)

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