Release date: 4 July 2010
Style: Melodic black metal, Melodic death metal


8.2 | 46 votes


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01. In The Realm Of Thousand Deaths
02. Night Eternal
03. Fallen Angel's Dominion
04. Frozen Kingdom
05. Everlasting Fire
06. Spirit Of The Night
07. Legions Of Darkness
08. In Silence We Eternally Sleep
09. The Somberlain [Dissection cover]

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Additional info
Recorded at Woodshed Studios

Produced by V. Santura and Steffen Kummerer

Artwork by Kristian Wåhlin (a.k.a. Necrolord; At The Gates, Dissection, Edge Of
Sanity, Emperor, Dark Funeral, Sacramentum).

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White Winter Sun

You are a Dissection fan? You simply love their stuff? You probably did not know it until reading these lines, but the band is alive and their new album, entitled Fallen Angel's Dominion, was released on June 2010 through Austrian label Napalm Records. Am I serious with such catcher? Certainely not and the joke is over now, but I can ensure you that the first lines above really could have been the case. To re-establish the truth, Fallen Angel's Dominion is the first full-length album from German metallers Thulcandra. The album was recorded at Woodshed Studios and was produced by V. Santura (Dark Fortress, Triptykon) and Steffen Kummerer (Thulcandra, Obscura) while the cover artwork was created by Kristian Wåhlin (At The Gates, Dark Funeral, Emperor and surprisingly Dissection).

published 20.11.2010 | Comments (6)

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Destructo - 11.01.2011 at 07:43  
Rating: 9 The heirs to Dissection's throne Hmmm....maybe.
RavenKing - 12.01.2011 at 14:10  
Written by Destructo on 11.01.2011 at 07:43

The heirs to Dissection's throne Hmmm....maybe.

Not at all. This album is a very mediocre attempt at ripping off Dissection.
Destructhor - 19.04.2011 at 22:24  
  Every similar band to Dissection is one of my favorites... HAIL THE DARK GODS AND THE WRATHFUL CHAOS!!!
RavenKing - 20.04.2011 at 02:02  
  Imo, it doesn't even really sound like Dissection. Only as a very very watered down version. They try to sound like Dissection but fail miserably at it.
It's only vaguely reminiscent, not similar.

No need to loose your time with this if you know Sacramentum and Gates Of Ishtar.
Troy Killjoy - 20.04.2011 at 02:21  
  With you on this one RK; I first heard Thulcandra before catching people comparing them to Dissection and all that came to mind was "these guys are like Dissection, but not nearly as good".

And Sacramentum is indeed a worthwhile band. Not a fan of GoI though...
Mario Montes - 06.05.2013 at 17:53  
  Good album... but the problem is that it's a blatant copy of dissection. They copied dissection fairly good, that's because this album is good. They're not a creative band, even the song titles and lyrics are too similar. They tried to copy Storm of the light's bane in a too obvious way...
Don_Morita - 06.04.2016 at 19:46  
Rating: 9 I really consider this album more than a Dissection-Tribute. The similarities are striking yet still the album is too good in its own right to simply call it a rip-off.

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