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Embrace the Emptiness

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Category: Sludge Doom

Year: 1998

Label: Elegy Records

Catalog Number: ER05

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Evoken Embrace the Emptiness Album Cover

John Parasiso guitars, vocals
Nick Orlando guitars
Steve Moran bass
Vince Verkay drums
Dario Derna keyboards
Session Musician
Charles Lamb cello
1.  Intro  3:22
2.  Tragedy Eternal  9:52
3.  Chime the Centuries end  9:45
4.  Lost kingdom of Darkness  11:52
5.  Ascend into the Maelstrom  9:53
6.  To Sleep Eternally  12:49
7.  Curse the Sunrise  12:57
Total Running Time:  70:30

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Damien Date: September 10, 2002 at 12:10
I got this Cd in hopes it would make a good addition to my metal collection. Christ was I ever wrong. (And Damien hardly ever misjudges his metal) This sucks I wasted $10.00 on this crap! I would rather have gotten Tales From the Twilight World by Blind Guardian. Why didn't I do that? Must have been infected with the stupid flu. I hate Evoken! They should all die! They need to suck........

From: Damien Date: September 10, 2002 at 12:13 ass! Sorry for the rant but I do that when I get a bad metal Cd. Not that these guys are metal! If want a good Metal band go for Iced Earth, or dare I say even Metallica! Actualy Metallica is pretty good. Their old stuff anyway.

From: ben Date: July 28, 2003 at 8:56
hey damian, u fuk ass, u call your self metal as hell but u like fuckin iced earth, blind guardian and metallica? wow thats just too brutal for me... rhapsody is probably too hard fo you...

From: Slaytan Date: July 31, 2003 at 5:19
Evoken is not that bad - but if you like tallica you're not allowed to have an opinion about metal... indeed, some people SHOULD DIE

From: Date: June 23, 2004 at 13:11

From: lemarc Date: July 17, 2004 at 14:33
Awesome!!! atmospheric doom metal...Not too many like this playing nowadays. It's a different choice compared with Anathema's earlier stuff, not the same vibe. Of course... It has NOTHING to do with power metal nor any metallica's any stuffs. People who like heavy/power metal, should NOT even attempt to consider it for a "metal collection".

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