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Release date: 18 May 2012
Style: Symphonic black metal

Rating:

8.3 | 156 votes

Owners:

117 have it
26 want it


01. An Ominous Recording
02. Lingering In An Imprint Haunting
03. Bitte Tötet Mich
04. The Funerary Dirge Of A Violinist
05. Sir John
06. Spectral Infantry Battalions
07. General Nightmare
08. Little Hector What Have You Done?
09. These Fields Are Lurking (Seven Pairs Of Demon Eyes)

Review
Lyrics (9)


Line-up
Dennis "Seregor" Droomers - vocals, guitars
Nikos Mavridis - violin, backing vocals
Clemens "Ardek" Wijers - keyboards, orchestration, backing vocals
Ivo "Namtar" Wijers - drums, percussion

Guest musicians
Philip "Tyrann" Breuer - voice

Guest review by
AngelofDeth

Rating:
8.5
After listening to one track from Where The Corpses Sink Forever I was slightly disappointed and apprehensive about the rest of the record. The song was "Sir John" and while I didn't find it bad, it simply sounded too similar to their previous works. I delayed picking up the album but after a few months I could wait no longer and now, after several weeks of sinking my teeth in and digesting Where The Corpses Sink Forever I can confidently say, Carach Angren has done it again!

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published 04.10.2012 | Comments (3)

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JD - 06.06.2012 at 23:47  
Rating: 4 IMO this is the most overrated album this year.
Void Eater - 06.06.2012 at 23:59  
  Overrated? I haven't seen anybody talking about it. No praise, no scorn, just nothing.
Troy Killjoy - 07.06.2012 at 05:39  
  Justified silence if you ask me...
JD - 07.06.2012 at 05:56  
Rating: 4 I read like six reviews(9\10) and listened to the album like five times, before writing this. Add to that it's been recommended a countless times by many of my friends..

Sorry I didn't know the album is still underground here on MS.
Troy Killjoy - 07.06.2012 at 06:04  
 
Written by JD on 07.06.2012 at 05:56
Sorry I didn't know the album is still underground here on MS.

The album almost has 40 votes actually - wouldn't call that underground for a black metal band. Even if they're an over-the-top symphonic black metal band.
JD - 07.06.2012 at 06:11  
Rating: 4
Written by Troy Killjoy on 07.06.2012 at 06:04

The album almost has 40 votes actually - wouldn't call that underground for a black metal band. Even if they're an over-the-top symphonic black metal band.

Aaaghh!








Bad English - 10.06.2012 at 14:54  
  Just give a try same stuff waht we canm expected from this band
Vermoorden - 11.06.2012 at 01:00  
Rating: 10
Written by Bad English on 10.06.2012 at 14:54

Just give a try same stuff waht we canm expected from this band


Exactly, for fans of symphonic black metal, it doesn't get much better this. Not as good as Lammendam, but much better then Phantom Ship. 9/10
matia - 12.06.2012 at 01:05  
Rating: 9
Written by JD on 07.06.2012 at 05:56

I read like six reviews(9\10) and listened to the album like five times, before writing this. Add to that it's been recommended a countless times by many of my friends..

Sorry I didn't know the album is still underground here on MS.


Wow man, so listening to the album for five whole times made you wanna express your feelings about it and you gave it a 4, thats great...or maybe not so great..

Let me state something that may help some people understand what they are dealing with when we speak of Carach Angren who are indeed a literally "over the top" Symphonic, not black, Metal Band (better deal with them like maybe you deal with Diablo Swing Orchestra, with OPEN ears, you will be rewarded..and NO they are NOT black metal as Troy would surely agree but doesnt say it ).....i started with Lammendam about 2 years ago, a friend of mine actually unlocked my ears while we were listening to it and then, for almost a year and a half, i listened to it more than 500 times and still cant get enough of it. While i listened to Death Came Through A Phantom Ship almost the same time as Lammendam, i couldnt and wouldnt get into it untill about 4-5 months ago..when i got so full of Lammendam, 1 and a half year full!!..and then i got stuck with the unbelievable glory of Death Came Through The Phantom Ship...the album cracked open for me and it continues to feed my mind and my ears with MUSIC, i just started to actually listen to it after all....

Then a few weeks ago this one, Where The Corpses Sink Forever, got released..i was already full of Lammendam..half full of Death Came so i gave it a spin or two and it didnt get too much time to realize what i was listening to although i couldnt (or wouldnt..) follow it....i still listen to it quite often but i prefer Death Came for now cause it really has quite a lot to give...but after at least 50-60 spins i can tell for sure that When The Corpses Sink Forever is cut from the same golden material the previous 2 albums were made..it feels more mature/serious, it doesnt go too technical but rather stays more simple but with superb atmosphere and excellent, once again, orchestral compositions....in not so few words..this band and their albums are gold....not so easy to follow after 5 listens but so deep that you will not get tired of them after 500, and thats something quite rare after the thousands of metal songs we listened to so many years now and are bored to death to hear again and again..

A last note to my quoted friend..i am past 50 listens and still cannot/dont want to rate it...
JD - 12.06.2012 at 02:10  
Rating: 4
Written by Void Eater on 06.06.2012 at 23:59

I haven't seen anybody talking about it. No praise, no scorn, just nothing.

What about now?
Troy Killjoy - 12.06.2012 at 02:50  
 
Written by matia on 12.06.2012 at 01:05
A last note to my quoted friend..i am past 50 listens and still cannot/dont want to rate it...

Kind of a strange thing to get upset about considering how much time you've wasted listening to this. Just because someone else scores it lower than what you would doesn't mean they aren't allowed voicing their opinion.
matia - 12.06.2012 at 13:07  
Rating: 9 Well sorry if it sounded like that but i have absolutely no problem if someone doesnt like it and rate it below zero, i respect that everyone's ears are different than mine. I just pointed out that hearing an album 5 times doesnt actually help to form a justified opinion, even a negative one. It doesnt do justice to any album not just this one.
Marcel Hubregtse - 12.06.2012 at 13:11  
 
Written by matia on 12.06.2012 at 13:07

I just pointed out that hearing an album 5 times doesnt actually help to form a justified opinion, even a negative one. It doesnt do justice to any album not just this one.


5 spins is more than enough to get a clear picture of how good or bad an album is. Hell, in 99% of the cases even 1 spin is enough. If you don't get the music after 5 spins there is something quite wrong with the listener imo.
Troy Killjoy - 12.06.2012 at 15:10  
 
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 12.06.2012 at 13:11
5 spins is more than enough to get a clear picture of how good or bad an album is. Hell, in 99% of the cases even 1 spin is enough.

Exactly. Suggesting you need more than five spins all the time to be able to judge it is ridiculous. I usually listen to albums once or twice before rating them.
M C Vice - 15.06.2012 at 11:43  
Rating: 6 I'd give it a 9 for the music alone. The vocals and lyrics drag it down for me.
Oh, and I've listened to it 3 and a half times.
Neroese - 18.06.2012 at 14:08  
  Pirate black metal
Troy Killjoy - 19.06.2012 at 01:23  
 
Written by Guest on 18.06.2012 at 14:08
Pirate black metal

Effeminate pirates, maybe. This is way too cheesy to be synonymous with the likes of rapists, thieves, and murderers.
Neroese - 19.06.2012 at 10:08  
  I mean that lyrics/titles/etc. sounds like a quotes from pirates.
Darkside Momo - 29.06.2012 at 04:37  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 19.06.2012 at 01:23

Written by Guest on 18.06.2012 at 14:08
Pirate black metal

Effeminate pirates, maybe. This is way too cheesy to be synonymous with the likes of rapists, thieves, and murderers.

Thankfully all pirates weren't "rapists, thieves, and murderers". Thieves, well, that's for sue
Zaphod - 11.09.2012 at 19:12  
 
Written by matia on 12.06.2012 at 13:07

I just pointed out that hearing an album 5 times doesnt actually help to form a justified opinion, even a negative one. It doesnt do justice to any album not just this one.

Some albums maybe, but if you're familiar with a genre you can basically rate an album after one or two listens as long as it's not something new and groundbreaking.
Windrider - 14.09.2012 at 17:27  
Rating: 8
Written by Guest on 18.06.2012 at 14:08

Pirate black metal

Actually I'd call this one a modern and politically correct form of NSBM
Neroese - 14.09.2012 at 17:54  
 
Written by Windrider on 14.09.2012 at 17:27

Written by Guest on 18.06.2012 at 14:08

Pirate black metal

Actually I'd call this one a modern and politically correct form of NSBM


No. The CNK is modern and pollitically black metal:P
M C Vice - 29.12.2012 at 09:20  
Rating: 6 Has anyone else thought there was a touch of death metal on this album? (that's got nothing to do with my rating, btw)
lord artan - 02.01.2013 at 11:28  
Rating: 10 This album is awesome...
BlueMobius - 03.01.2013 at 09:49  
Rating: 6 Meh, I'm starting to think Lammendam was a fluke, because they just can't seem to write anything good after that. The dialogue-like black metal vocals really kill it for me on Where the Corpses Sink Forever.
Gopherhawk - 24.01.2013 at 02:37  
Rating: 10 Wow this is one scary album.
Occh - 17.11.2013 at 03:29  
 
Written by BlueMobius on 03.01.2013 at 09:49

Meh, I'm starting to think Lammendam was a fluke, because they just can't seem to write anything good after that. The dialogue-like black metal vocals really kill it for me on Where the Corpses Sink Forever.


The vocals are one of the largest aspects of this band, if anything they are only getting better as the mature.

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