Sigh - Scorn Defeat


7.4 | 45 votes |
Release date: 1994
Style: Black metal, Thrash metal

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Disc I
01. A Victory Of Dakini
02. The Knell
03. At My Funeral
04. Gundali
05. Ready For The Final War
06. Weakness Within
07. Taste Defeat
08. The Knell [Requiem For Fools EP version] [2011 Re-release bonus]
09. Desolation [Requiem For Fools EP version] [2011 Re-release bonus]
10. Taste Defeat [Requiem For Fools EP version] [2011 Re-release bonus]
11. Suicidogenic [2011 Re-release bonus]
12. Schizo [Venom cover] [2011 Re-release bonus]

Disc II [2011 Re-release bonus]
01. Black Metal [Venom cover]
02. The Zombie Terror [Far East Gate In Inferno compliation version]
03. The Seven Gates Of Hell [Venom cover]
04. Carnage [Mayhem cover]
05. Weakness Within [Desolation demo version]
06. Desolation Of My Mind [Desolation demo version]
07. Mentally Numb [Desolation demo version]
08. Death Throes [Tragedies rough mix version]
09. Sigh [Tragedies rough mix version]
10. Mentally Numb [Tragedies rough mix version]
11. Desolation [Tragedies rough mix version]

Line-up
Mirai Kawashima - vocals, keyboards, bass
Shinichi Ishikawa - guitar
Satoshi Fujinami - drums, percussion

Additional info
Recorded in March 1993.
Engineered by Y. Toyoda.
Produced by Sigh.
Cover illustration by Chris Moyen.
Design and layout by Mike Riddick.

Staff review by
DerRozzengarten
Rating:
7.0
How cult does it sound back in the days for an underground black metal act from Japan signing with Euronymous' Deathlike Silence while the big fuzz was around the norwegian scene? Well, as cult as it sounds, Euronymous didn't live to see Scorn Defeat being released; had he lived until today, he would have been a black metal businessman and he'd be proud of Sigh.

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published 23.09.2010 | Comments (1)

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19.09.2013 - 19:02
Rating: 7
NocturnalStalker
Metal Addict
Prretty good debut album. A bit primitive-sounding, but has some interesting ideas for the album recorded in 1993.
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We are who we're afraid to be"
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