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The Tears Of Odin's Fallen
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Category: Atmospheric Doom-Death
Label: Dark Symphonies
Catalog Number: DARK 9
CLint Listing harsh vocals, guitars|
Greg Ball clean vocals, keyboard, contrabass, drum programming
Deirdre Faith female vocals
Note that the drum programming was well-done and do not have that aweful Casio sound. Moreover the female vocals are not of the usual ethereal high-pitch soprano type. They are more low-pitch and really add to the doom atmosphere.
The last song is quite different from the others, as it is a sludge doom (very slow, very heavy with death vocals, and very long) dirge, reminiscent of the mighty Evoken.
|1. ||In The Hall Of Odin ||3:17|
|2. ||Blood Of Steel ||8:27|
|3. ||Blood Of My Fathers ||10:04|
|4. ||Neolyth ||4:01|
|5. ||The Last Call ||7:27|
|6. ||In Arms ||9:30|
|7. ||The Unknown God ||19:30|
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|Total Running Time:|| 62:16|
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|From: Faith Russell
||Date: February 25, 2004 at 12:48|
|The best metal album I have ever heard. deirdre Faith has the most beautiful voice.
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