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Release date: 30 August 2004
Style: Gothic metal

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01. The Greymen
02. Making Evenings
03. Black Brick Road
04. Dystopia
05. The Organ
06. A Trip With The Moon
07. Sister Sinister
08. Rainy Day Away
09. Crazyman

The best Gothic Metal album of 2004

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Lyrics (9)


Additional info
Line-up on the album:
Daniel Brennare - vocals, guitar
Mikael Larsson - bass
Johan Oudhuis - drums

Additional musicians:
Magnus Sahlgren - lead guitar
Dan Helgeson - organ
Stina Rebelius - vocals
Ulrika Silver - vocals
Jörgen Cremonese - guitar

Recorded and mixed at Studio Mega, February to April 2004. Engineered by Christian Silver and Manne Engström. Assisted by Henrik Lycknert. Produced by Christian Silver and Lake of Tears. Mastered at the Cutting Room by Björn Engelmann.

Artwork and layout by Björn Gustaffson. Photos by Anton Hedberg.

Lead guitars composed and performed by Magnus Sahlgren.

The artwork was originally created by Kristian 'Necrolord' Wåhlin, but the band did not find the fantasy-oriented theme to be fitting for the album.
The unused painting was revealed in a 2006 issue of Dark City magazine in Russia.

Guest review by
janhuss

Rating:
9.5
I was expecting this album for a long time, being really anxious about a possible come-back. And this year, Mr. Brennare and his company came to rehearse just for old time's memories. Things went good; they began working on a new album. This "Black Brick Road".

In a way, it brings something new. I was wondering how a new Lake of Tears album would sound like, mainly after the release of "The Neonai" album. Well, for those of you who know that album, I must say it sounds a bit like that. But not exactly. I remember the day after the first listenings of Black Brick Road. I wake up in the morning and I said that this last album sounds more like "A Crimson Cosmos". For sure, there are some moments where this album resembles of Crimson Cosmos. Well, I was in doubt reading on a site that they played Boogie Bubble in the beginning of their gig at Sweden Rock, this summer. What was the explanation then? The answer is up to anyone.

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published 13.08.2004 | Comments (0)

Staff review by
Malcolm

Rating:
8.8
The one and only Lake of Tears is back again, finally.
It's now two years ago the chocking and terrible news about the decision Lake of Tears took, to split up, and after two years of sorrow, a fantastic news reached us, Lake of Tears are back, and now it have happen, they are really back, and their new album is out too, can it be better?

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published 13.09.2004 | Comments (0)

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Bad English - 21.02.2014 at 02:41  
  This is interesting, I cant judge anymore, because band is not as it was at 1-2 album, after those all are same, Gothic music, Gothic touch, but I really love song Greymen (since life is a sad place) ... band upcoming DVD, I saw that video live and this is why I start listen from 1th to last this band , greymnen is great song, great lyric but live version was damn better

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