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Imindain - The Enemy of Fetters and the Dweller in the Woods (MCD)

death doom metal, Weird Truth Productions, Weird Truth Productions
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In 2007, Imindain released 1st album "...And the Living Shall Envy the Dead" through Weird Truth Productions. In 2009, they released split CD with French doom/daeth Ataraxie, "Bethlehem Bastarde" as a tribute to German dark metal master "Bethlehem". After the release of the split, they had went on hiatus for some years. Finally in 2017, they came back with new EP "The Enemy of Fetters and Dweller in the Woods" as their final breath. Deep growling vocal and sorrowful clean vocal. Melancholic melodies and intense doom/death riffs. Combining light and darkness, they crafted mournful requiem of doom/death. Including the cover of mighty diSEMBOWELMENT.

Tracklist:
1 To Meditate upon the Face of Forgotten Death 2:44
2 The Final Godhead 12:00
3 A Paean to the Vermin 8:05
4 Cerulean Transience of All My Imagined Shores (Disembowelment cover) 9:11

Artist:
Imindain
Artist Country:
United Kingdom
Album Year:
2017
Title:
The Enemy of Fetters and the Dweller in the Woods
Style:
death doom metal
Format:
CD
Type:
MCD
Package:
Jewel Case
Label:
Weird Truth Productions
Cat No:
WT053
Release Year:
2017
Barcode:
4562209680316
Country Of Manufacture:
Japan