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My Dying Bride

The Angel And The Dark River

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Category: Atmospheric Doom-Death

Year: 1996

Label: Peaceville (ENG)

Catalog Number: Fierce 11092-2

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My Dying Bride The Angel And The Dark River Album Cover

Personnel
Aaron Stainthorpe vocals
Andrew Craighan guitar
Ade Jackson bass
Calvin Robertshaw guitar
Rick Miah drums
Martin Powell violin,keyboard

Third full-length album, re-edited with a bonus CD Live At The Dynamo '95.
Tracks
Disc 1
1.  Cry Of Mankind  12:13
2.  From Darkest Skies  7:47
3.  Black Voyage  9:46
4.  A Sea To Suffer In  6:30
5.  Two Winters Only  9:00
6.  Your Shameful Heaven  6:58
7.  The Sexuality Of Bereavement  8:04
  
Total Running Time:  60:18

Disc 2
8.  Your River  8:13
9.  A Sea to Suffer In  6:21
10.  Your Shameful Heaven  6:37
11.  The Forever People  4:52
  
Total Running Time:  26:03

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Soulvoid Date: May 6, 2001 at 12:59
By far one of my fave doom records of all time!

From: Runewolf Date: July 28, 2001 at 16:34
Pretty much My Dying Bride's best release to date, an epic album full of misery and dispair.

From: doom metal kid Date: April 13, 2002 at 22:27
have you ever heard such a so great album? absolutely, My Dynig Bride is THE BEST Doom Metal Band EVER!!!!!!!

From: Doom Kid Date: March 7, 2003 at 19:24
This is real Doom, buddies. MBD RULES FOREVER, they are the best doom band in this fuckin' world. Go n get this master piece!!! DOOM 4 EVER.

From: azagorath Date: June 4, 2004 at 15:02
MY DYING BRIDE IS MY FAV. DOOM BAND

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: May 14, 2021 at 14:36
Some accuse My Dying Bride of being melodramatic. A fair criticism—I mean, there is the way Aaron Stainthorpe's voice cracks with despair at the beginning of "From Darkest Skies"—take it easy, dude! But man, there's just something so alluring about MDB's brand of all-consuming woe. This is my favorite of their early albums. Aaron is singing more, although it's more in a bereft monotone than the mournful croon he's perfected on recent albums like Feel The Misery. This is music for the solitary, black nights between cold, rainy days. Even when they're singing about sex, as all self-respecting goths will do from time to time, it's more about the use and abuse of power. MDB are like a more intellectual version of Paradise Lost, on downers. "The Cry Of Mankind" is one of their all-time classics, even though almost half the song is the outro's waves-and-foghorn sound effects, as the repeating guitar melody slowly fades like a ship going out to sea, leaving you on a barren shore. The only sou

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: May 14, 2021 at 14:39
... sound more lost and lonely is the absolutely chilling violin intro to "Your Shameful Heaven." Other highlights are "Black Voyage" and "A Sea To Suffer In."


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