Edge Of Sanity - The Spectral Sorrows


8.2 | 163 votes |
Release date: 1993
Style: Progressive death metal

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01. The Spectral Sorrows
02. Darkday
03. Livin' Hell
04. Lost
05. The Masque
06. Blood Of My Enemies [Manowar cover]
07. Jesus Cries
08. Across The Fields Of Forever
09. On The Other Side
10. Sacrificed
11. Waiting To Die
12. Feedin' The Charlatan
13. A Serenade For The Dead

Additional info
Line-up on the album:
Dan Swanö : vocals, piano, guitars
Andreas Axelsson : guitars, bass
Sami Nerberg : guitars
Benny Larsson : drums, percussion

Bassist Anders Lindberg could not record the album due to mandatory military service.

Produced by Edge of Sanity.
Executive producer: Börje Forsberg.
Recorded on 16 tracks in Unisound Recordings, July/August 1993.
Mixed & engineered by Dan Swanö.
Mastered by Peter in de Betou - Cutting Room.

Artwork by Dan Seagrave.
Photos by Asa Jonsén.
Layout & Graphics by Maren Lotz, Berlin.

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Comments: 6   Visited by: 248 users
29.08.2010 - 09:21
Rating: 8
INÆRIS
The Masque is possibly one of the coolest metal songs....ever. Well done EOS
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Still Life, Still Death
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04.11.2010 - 10:14
Maxx666
Meshuggahian
"The Masque is possibly one of the coolest metal songs....ever. Well done EOS" +1
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07.05.2016 - 22:08
Rating: 7
Reaper_Redeamer
Enjoyable album.
Highlights:
02. Darkday
05. The Masque
07. Jesus Cries
08. Across The Fields Of Foreve
10. Sacrificed
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30.04.2017 - 20:43
VIG
Feedin' The Children is a great track as well.
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01.05.2017 - 19:02
Alex F
Slick Dick Rick
Written by VIG on 30.04.2017 at 20:43

Feedin' The Children is a great track as well.

It's Feedin the *Charlatan, though I'm glad you're worried about the children.
This is definitely a great album, though Crimson (I & II) and Purgatory Afterglow are all better in my opinion.
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01.05.2017 - 19:07
VIG
Written by Alex F on 01.05.2017 at 19:02

It's Feedin the *Charlatan, though I'm glad you're worried about the children.
This is definitely a great album, though Crimson (I & II) and Purgatory Afterglow are all better in my opinion.

Yes Crimson I is one of my favorites. Purgatory Afterglow is good but I haven't heard it for a while.
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"I've got good news. That gum you like is going to come back in style."

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