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The third album "Terrene" from international death/funeral doom act Mesmur is a colossal and moving sonic rendering of a dying world. Where their 2017 album S operated on a cosmic scale, Terrene explores similar themes of entropy and impending chaos in a more terrestrial context, and is rife with the suffocating dirges and toxic atmosphere the band is known for. Featuring guest flute and cello performances by Don Zaros of Evoken and the Russian Nadia Avanesova, and another stunning cover design by Ukranian painter Cadaversky, Terrene reaches new levels of scope and ambition for Mesmur in their objective to create a vast and immersive doom metal experience.
First official for the CIS countries reissue of the fourth full-length album "The Book of Kings" by Australian doomsters Mournful Congregation. A delightfully sad album, personifying the pain of humanity, intertwined with mysticism. Acoustic inserts melancholy sound into oblivion, throwing you beyond reason. Vocal envelops its captivating beauty. All 4 songs combine the cold of sad souls. 300 copies in a collectible 6-panel digipak, contain a sticker, a Pit-Art CD, and a 16-page booklet including the names of the fans involved in the fundraiser.
News single from Mournful Gust presents itself “Let The Music Cry” song from the album “For All The Sins” which is a track from the forthcoming live release “If We Were Alive” which is coming in autumn 2014. The track is one of ten songs of the album that was recorded in on-line format specially for fans of the band. The single includes four additional versions of the song – original and orchestra version (taken for the preceding album), live recording and mix from Bejalane (Israel). The single is also supplemented with cover “Honey For My Wounds” (from Mournful Gust album “The Frankness Eve”) by Die Entweihung (black metal, Israel) and noise mix “Sleeping With My Name” (from Mournful Gust album “For All The Sins”) by Art Electronix (Ukraine). The release is designated for devoted Mournful Gust fans and followers of the genre.
The first CD-single in the history of the band is preceding the forthcoming new album. Mournful Gust presents absolutely new composition with exclusive arrangements which is different from the album version. “Sleeping With My Name” performed in the best traditions of gothic doom metal continues the line of the previous album “The Frankness Eve” which got very positive response from listeners and critics. The musicians also paid tribute to the great vocalist Ronnie James Dio by a sensual cover-version of “Rainbow Eyes” song by Rainbow. The album features two additional remixes of the title composition.
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