Solitude Aeturnus - Through The Darkest Hour

8.3 | 61 votes |
Release date: 1994
Style: Doom metal


90 have it
6 want it

01. Falling
02. Haunting The Obscure
03. The 8th Day: Mourning
04. The 9th Day: Awakening
05. Pain
06. Pawns Of Anger
07. Eternal (Dreams Pt II)
08. Perfect Insanity
09. Shatter My Spirit

Additional info
Wolf - Drums
Edgar Rivera - Guitars
Robert Lowe - All vocals, keyboards
Lyle - Bass, insane voices
John Perez - Guitars, insane voices
Shaun Matthew (Saddar Bazaar) - Sitar on "The 9th Day" (Shaun appears courtesy of Delirium Records)

Produced by Solitude Aeturnus & Paul Johnston
Recorded May 1994 at Rhythm Studios, Bidford on Avon, Warwickshire, England
Engineered by Paul "Gov'ner" Johnston
Mastered at Monsterdisc, Chicago, IL
Cover art by Leilah Wendell
Photography by Stu Taylor
Layout and design by IQ Talent

Re-released by System Shock / Pavement as a 2 CD digipack together with the "Downfall" album.

Re-released in 2008 by Metal Mind Productions in digipack format. Limited to 2000 copies. Bonus tracks: (Live at Stodola Club, Warsaw, Poland, 12th February 2007)
1. The 9th Day: Awakening
2. Pawns of Anger

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Comments: 3   Visited by: 81 users
05.02.2011 - 09:59
Rating: 9
Metal slave
Well now, this album is underrated, aint it?
05.02.2015 - 23:36
Rating: 7
Erik M.
In my opinion it's quite overrated. Nothing compared to the magnificent debut, at least. That is mainly due to the different style I think.
27.03.2016 - 05:42
With this album they started getting slower and slower. Robert Lowe has always delivered but in this one he sounds a little bit cheesy to say the least. Anyway I still love his voice.
I'm derp.

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