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Release date: 2002
Style: Death doom metal

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7.9 | 93 votes

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Disc I
01. Not The Strong
02. Broken
03. Lost In A Day
04. Within My Flesh
05. If Forever
06. The Spirit Seed
07. Torn
08. The Lifeless Silhouette
09. Dreams To Follow
10. Dark Fields For Brilliance

Disc II [Re-release bonus]
01. For Every Leaf That Falls
02. The Jealous Sun
03. Dawn Breaks
04. Lost In A Day [live]
05. Not The Strong [live]
+ Within My Flesh [live] [video]

Review
Lyrics (10)


Line-up
Paul Kuhr - vocals
Lawrence Roberts - guitars
Eric Wayne Burnley - guitars, keyboard
Joe Nunez - drums, percussion

Additional musicians
Brian Gordon - bass
Nora O'Conner - vocals
Neil Kernon - additional solo guitar (10), keyboard (5)


Additional info
Produced, recorded and mixed by Neil Kernon for Auslander.
Additional engineering by Justin Leeah.
Digital editing/ProTools - Justin Leeah and Neil Kernon.
Completed at Sonic Ranch, Tornillo Texas.
Mastered at Ocean View Digital Mastering by Ramon Breton.
Art work by Travis Smith.
Graphic design and layout by Paul Kuhr.
Music arranged by Novembers Doom.
Music written by Eric Burnley and Larry Roberts.
"Within My Flesh" written and arranged by Eric Burnley, Ron Holzner, and Larry Roberts.
Lyrics by Paul Kuhr.

Staff review by
Demonic Tutor

Rating:
8.7
From Chicago, Illinois comes Novembers Doom, and with such a name no need to precise that Doom Metal is on the menu. However, the opening number sets the tone to a rather fast-paced album for Doom/Death standards. "To Welcome The Fade" features a strong lineup with Paul Kuhr , Eric Burnley , Larry Roberts and Joe Nunez . The four piece combo is not new to the scene, formed in 1989, their latest album is their fifth release. "To Welcome The Fade" was originally released through the label Dark Symphonies and it is graced by a tonic spirit that embodies Novembers Doom. Signed with The End Records this year, their new label decided to re-release the album in a 2CD format before the anticipated release of "The Pale Haunt Departure".

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published 08.12.2004 | Comments (3)

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Erik M. - 04.11.2013 at 22:57  
Rating: 8
Written by Guest on 04.11.2013 at 20:10

Why is this sitting on 7.9.. wow, too bad a lot of people won't get into this album at all because of it's low rating.

This deserves at least 8.5 imo


I agree. I feel a 7.9 is too low indeed and I would've expected that this has about an 8.5 rating here on MS (which I would probably give this album as well), as it's a really great album. Haven't listened to it in ages though.

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