Tiamat - Skeleton Skeletron

7.5 | 181 votes |
Release date: 1999
Style: Atmospheric gothic metal


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01. Church Of Tiamat
02. Brighter Than The Sun
03. Dust Is Our Fare
04. To Have And Have Not
05. For Her Pleasure
06. Diyala
07. Sympathy For The Devil [The Rolling Stones cover]
08. Best Friend Money Can Buy
09. As Long As You Are Mine
10. Lucy
11. Children Of The Underworld [Japanese bonus]

Johan Edlund - vocals, guitars
Lars Sköld - drums
Anders Iwers - bass

Guest musicians
Nicole Bolley - vocals
Andrea Schwartz - vocals
Jessica Andree - vocals
Stefan Gerbe - piano

Guest review by
In this album Johan Edlund and Co. have taken the best bits of the Sisters Of Mercy and added some heavily distorted guitars, occasional eastern melodies, ambient electronica, a varied vocal approach and pop sensibility to create a brilliantly atmospheric and entrancing expanse of musical escapism. It is best listened to from beginning to end as it has a far greater impact when listened to as a whole. As their name suggests Tiamat have always surrounded themselves with a certain mysticism and although they touch on everyday issues on this album, that sense of mysticism is still ever present and this adds an interesting flavour to the music.

published 07.07.2008 | Comments (8)

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09.11.2016 - 17:40
Bad English
After this I put this to one time list goshb horrible band they are now best song were Nr 2 and cover, Nr 2 strong was female vocals.
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