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Release date: 27 August 2012
Style: Alternative rock, Gothic doom metal

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01. The Parting
02. The One You Are Looking For Is Not Here [feat. Silje Wergeland]
03. Hypnone
04. The Racing Heart
05. Buildings
06. Leech
07. Ambitions
08. Undo You
09. Lethean
10. First Prayer
11. Dead Letters
12. Second [limited edition bonus]
13. The Act Of Darkening [deluxe edition bonus]

The best Gothic Metal album of 2012

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Line-up
Jonas Renkse - vocals
Anders "Blakkheim" Nyström - guitars, keyboards, backing vocals
Per "Sodomizer" Eriksson - guitars
Daniel Liljekvist - drums
Niklas Sandin - bass

Session musicians
JP Asplund - percussion
Frank Default - keyboards, percussion, programming

Guest musicians
Silje Wergeland - vocals


Additional info
Release dates:
Finland: August 24
Europe: August 27
US: August 28

The 2 disc 'Swedish' edition features the album on CD (plus one bonus track) and a 5.1 mix of the album on DVD-AV.

The limited Deluxe edition is a 40 page 10" book with a certificate, the set contains 2 x 10" vinyl, CD with 2 bonus tracks and DVD-A/V (ntsc region 0) with 5.1 mix (DTS). This edition is limited to 2000 numbered copies.

Guest review by
Dentura

Rating:
8.6
With Katatonia's follow-up to 2009's Night Is The New Day, Dead End Kings continues the trend starting with that album, or arguably even The Great Cold Distance, and focuses on a mellow, atmospheric sound that encompasses the overall feel of the record. This direction for the band may have perhaps stemmed from lead singer Jonas Renkse having to take control over a bulk of the songwriting after guitarist Anders Nyström suffered a case of writer's block during the previous album's recording sessions; Nyström was nevertheless able to contribute to this album. While Night Is The New Day indeed succeeded with this initial goal of emphasizing atmosphere over aggression, Katatonia continued to improve upon this style for their next record, and the result is a much more united and consolidated effort.

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Slyfang - 26.08.2012 at 20:56  
Rating: 6 So damn uninspired
Prometheus - 26.08.2012 at 21:12  
Rating: 9
Written by Slyfang on 26.08.2012 at 20:56

So damn uninspired

Beh, FROCIO!!
Jeeers - 27.08.2012 at 11:32  
Rating: 6
Written by Alex Fenger on 26.08.2012 at 17:35

Written by Daniell on 18.08.2012 at 20:46

As much as I love Katatonia, this one is quite shitty.

I wouldn't say shitty, just boring


Exactly. Weakest Katatonia album so far IMHO.
Good sound and atmosphere, but weak and unmemorable songs for the most part. Liked two last bonus songs and a couple of others, but my expectations were a little bit higher for this album.
doomarc - 27.08.2012 at 12:39  
Rating: 10 I don't know what some people expect from them but katatonia took me away with this album.It's great with lyrics, sounds and especially lead parts that they used first time like this.Dead End Kings is better than the previous album for me.I never expected the songs to be memorable. Memorable songs are simple and they can be forgotten for a short time as lots of popular bands do. But if Katatonia touched your heart once, you'll see it's real music. Hypnone, The Racing Heart and Ambitions are already ones of best Katatonia songs for me in their music history.
Mr. Doctor - 27.08.2012 at 13:33  
Rating: 7
Written by doomarc on 27.08.2012 at 12:39
Memorable songs are simple and they can be forgotten for a short time as lots of popular bands do.


You don't seem to know what memorable means. It means the exact opposite. Songs that you will always remember. Unlike this album that is over and you completely forget about the experience.

A memorable song doesn't have to be simple either, there's not a connection between memorable and simple at all.
Array - 27.08.2012 at 16:48  
Rating: 8
Written by Mr. Doctor on 27.08.2012 at 13:33

You don't seem to know what memorable means. It means the exact opposite. Songs that you will always remember. Unlike this album that is over and you completely forget about the experience.

A memorable song doesn't have to be simple either, there's not a connection between memorable and simple at all.

I think he means that he likes songs, which aren't instantly memorable but slowly growing with lyrics and all the little things. Things like these lyrics;

Hear my thin voice
Hear my words fall down
See my ambitions fade out
Had so much better times


and/or

If I sow a wind now
I will reap a storm
You saw me sliding away from the sun
And tomorrow
Who will come
And put their hand over mine
Mine with the burning shape of a gun


may sound quite dramatic even coming from Katatonia.
Mr. Doctor - 27.08.2012 at 17:00  
Rating: 7
Written by Array on 27.08.2012 at 16:48
I think he means that he likes songs, which aren't instantly memorable but slowly growing with lyrics and all the little things. Things like these lyrics;

Could be, but he still got a backwards meaning of memorable in the quote I highlighted.

After this album you just don't know what happened. Nothing stays with you and of course you can't grown into it if every time you finish it you get the feeling you just heard 40 or so minutes of background music. But yeah, this is the same old "tastes differ".
Array - 27.08.2012 at 17:02  
Rating: 8
Written by Mr. Doctor on 27.08.2012 at 17:00

Could be, but he still got a backwards meaning of memorable in the quote I highlighted.

My guess is it's unintentional.
Urs Blank - 27.08.2012 at 19:22  
Rating: 6 As much as I [used to] like Katatonia, I can't give this one more than a 6,5 - 7, which is likely to be rounded down to 6 after a couple of more listens.
3dd - 27.08.2012 at 21:46  
Rating: 5 Disappointing and as someone said before: uninspired.

This forgettable album only worth the listen for three or four reasons:

"Lethean",
"The One You Are Looking For Is Not Here",
and "The Parting".

and maybe "First Player". ( It has a nice chorus, but they fucked up the song ).

Forget the rest, it's impossible not to skip them.

No direction at all, they need to write more original stuff, not just recycle the old songs.

Huge let down.
Therapy? - 27.08.2012 at 22:33  
Rating: 9 I think I can understand that some people seem to be underwhelmed by this album. I've been listening back TGCD and that album seems quite a bit heavier compared to this release. NITND is cleaner but darker. However for me, I really, réally like how Jonas experiments with his voice in this album. It's the road I expected him to travel down after listening to NITND many times over. Everything sounds crystal clear and Jonas' voice seems to naturally blend with the music. The lyrics are also really good. In my opinion, you need a really good audio system or very good headphones to really experience and appreciate this album to it's fullest.

Also, this seems to be one of them albums you either love or hate. It's not a perfect 10 for me though as I would have appreciated a bit more heavy and the occasional growling that I loved in the song "Leaders" for example.
doomarc - 28.08.2012 at 01:00  
Rating: 10
Written by Array on 27.08.2012 at 16:48

Written by Mr. Doctor on 27.08.2012 at 13:33

You don't seem to know what memorable means. It means the exact opposite. Songs that you will always remember. Unlike this album that is over and you completely forget about the experience.

A memorable song doesn't have to be simple either, there's not a connection between memorable and simple at all.

I think he means that he likes songs, which aren't instantly memorable but slowly growing with lyrics and all the little things. Things like these lyrics;

Hear my thin voice
Hear my words fall down
See my ambitions fade out
Had so much better times


and/or

If I sow a wind now
I will reap a storm
You saw me sliding away from the sun
And tomorrow
Who will come
And put their hand over mine
Mine with the burning shape of a gun


may sound quite dramatic even coming from Katatonia.


Ok : ) we have different meanings for 'memorable' in our minds with Mr.Doctor I talked about some songs that catch you with it's lyrics or melody in the first time you listen it, and then you love it. But after a time it starts to be boring. But from your perspective through it, you're also right. I think Array got my point.
D.a.n - 28.08.2012 at 01:19  
 
Written by Dentura on 26.08.2012 at 19:02

The show should be awesome too. I really liked Paradise Lost's new album. They should kick ass live.


Although I tend to agree with the bit about PL's new album, you better not hope for a good live show. With all respect to Nick Holmes, his stage performances in the last 5+ years have mostly been disappointingly lacklustre.

And now for something completely different... like, say, Katatonia...
Dentura - 28.08.2012 at 09:57  
Rating: 9
Written by D.a.n on 28.08.2012 at 01:19

Written by Dentura on 26.08.2012 at 19:02

The show should be awesome too. I really liked Paradise Lost's new album. They should kick ass live.


Although I tend to agree with the bit about PL's new album, you better not hope for a good live show. With all respect to Nick Holmes, his stage performances in the last 5+ years have mostly been disappointingly lacklustre.

And now for something completely different... like, say, Katatonia...

Oh well okay,I haven't really watched any of their recent live videos to know how lackluster they are in that kind of setting, but they should at least provide a lot of anticipation for Katatonia to perform.
Dentura - 28.08.2012 at 10:00  
Rating: 9 This is an absolutely awesome album, one of their best albums to date for me.
ProgVet - 28.08.2012 at 19:54  
Rating: 10 Just picked up Last Fair Deal Gone Down and was pretty disappointed with it (6.5/10). I'm glad this CD met all of my expectations. Very, very good.
Slayer666 - 29.08.2012 at 00:28  
Rating: 6 Only checked out a couple of tracks, and completely lost desire to check the others. So fucking boring it's criminal.

I've just noticed that whenever Katatonia use a grey colored album cover, everything goes to shit.
Alex Fenger - 29.08.2012 at 04:35  
Rating: 3 How on earth is this the "#1 Album of 2012"? I mean i normally love Katatonia (that includes their modern stuff... sometimes). But this album is just so boring/mediocre
Mr. Doctor - 29.08.2012 at 17:32  
Rating: 7
Written by Slayer666 on 29.08.2012 at 00:28
I've just noticed that whenever Katatonia use a grey colored album cover, everything goes to shit.


Urgh, that you even compare them... But then agaibn, it's you. You are zpezial.
Marcel Hubregtse - 29.08.2012 at 17:36  
 
Written by Mr. Doctor on 29.08.2012 at 17:32

Written by Slayer666 on 29.08.2012 at 00:28
I've just noticed that whenever Katatonia use a grey colored album cover, everything goes to shit.


Urgh, that you even compare them... But then agaibn, it's you. You are zpezial.


well it does mean he also hates the previous Katatonia album
!J.O.O.E.! - 29.08.2012 at 18:06  
Rating: 5 Still don't get how someone can really like LFDGD and TD and hate Viva. They're all the same approach, just with different levels of songwriting, though all are at least good albums.
Warman - 29.08.2012 at 18:28  
Rating: 7 I quite like this one. It's certainly nothing special but... nice. No more, no less.
Bad English - 29.08.2012 at 20:22  
  And this is ... well I dont know MDB is much more how this , but Anathema sucks more how this, still nothing special, I dont know why i even listenet it full album, it sucked after 2-3 songs alreday
Slayer666 - 29.08.2012 at 21:11  
Rating: 6
Written by Mr. Doctor on 29.08.2012 at 17:32


Urgh, that you even compare them... But then agaibn, it's you. You are zpezial.


Yea, yea, Viva Emptiness is their best post Brave album bla bla.

Speaking of which, this is even worse than Viva. That one had some good tracks, at least. This one makes me want to stick a big fat 4 on it, but I won't do it until I've heard it a few more times. I just can't make myself believe Katatonia can screw up this badly.
pisymbol - 29.08.2012 at 23:23  
 
Written by Slayer666 on 29.08.2012 at 21:11

Written by Mr. Doctor on 29.08.2012 at 17:32


Urgh, that you even compare them... But then agaibn, it's you. You are zpezial.


Yea, yea, Viva Emptiness is their best post Brave album bla bla.

Speaking of which, this is even worse than Viva. That one had some good tracks, at least. This one makes me want to stick a big fat 4 on it, but I won't do it until I've heard it a few more times. I just can't make myself believe Katatonia can screw up this badly.


They didn't. You're either deaf or you don't really like Katatonia.

I am shocked at the comments about this album. This is without a doubt a step above Night practically in every way. The last half of that album was a big meh. This starts strong, teeters in a few places, and then ends wonderfully. The small touches in some of these tracks really outline Katatonia's accomplished song writing skills.
Therapy? - 30.08.2012 at 01:42  
Rating: 9
Written by pisymbol on 29.08.2012 at 23:23

I am shocked at the comments about this album. This is without a doubt a step above Night practically in every way. The last half of that album was a big meh. This starts strong, teeters in a few places, and then ends wonderfully. The small touches in some of these tracks really outline Katatonia's accomplished song writing skills.


I'm also quite surprised by all the negativity. I can somewhat understand the disappointment that Katatonia is focusing less on heavy and more on musical genious and intimicy. But for me, this is close to a masterpiece. There's a lot to discover in this album, musically. I think a lot of people define "musically rich but a bit low on heavy" as "derp where ma metal at? Dis suxors! Too slow and bland derp. I want moar SLAYAR" (I joke, for those offended).

Also the sudden hate on other albums baffles me. But fortunately, the majority here is sane. Every single Katatonia album scores above 8 and that is awesome (and much deserved).
pisymbol - 30.08.2012 at 05:36  
 
Written by Therapy? on 30.08.2012 at 01:42

Written by pisymbol on 29.08.2012 at 23:23

I am shocked at the comments about this album. This is without a doubt a step above Night practically in every way. The last half of that album was a big meh. This starts strong, teeters in a few places, and then ends wonderfully. The small touches in some of these tracks really outline Katatonia's accomplished song writing skills.


I'm also quite surprised by all the negativity. I can somewhat understand the disappointment that Katatonia is focusing less on heavy and more on musical genious and intimicy. But for me, this is close to a masterpiece. There's a lot to discover in this album, musically. I think a lot of people define "musically rich but a bit low on heavy" as "derp where ma metal at? Dis suxors! Too slow and bland derp. I want moar SLAYAR" (I joke, for those offended).

Also the sudden hate on other albums baffles me. But fortunately, the majority here is sane. Every single Katatonia album scores above 8 and that is awesome (and much deserved).


They are one of the most consistent artists over for the past decade.

If you are a big fan of the melancholy gothic rock era, I can not fathom you not falling head over heels for Dead End Kings.

It absolutely creams Night Is the New Day which really loses steam after "Liberation" IMO.

This is coming from a black metal freak too... :-)
ravendeath - 30.08.2012 at 12:48  
Rating: 10
Written by Therapy? on 30.08.2012 at 01:42

Written by pisymbol on 29.08.2012 at 23:23

I am shocked at the comments about this album. This is without a doubt a step above Night practically in every way. The last half of that album was a big meh. This starts strong, teeters in a few places, and then ends wonderfully. The small touches in some of these tracks really outline Katatonia's accomplished song writing skills.


I'm also quite surprised by all the negativity. I can somewhat understand the disappointment that Katatonia is focusing less on heavy and more on musical genious and intimicy. But for me, this is close to a masterpiece. There's a lot to discover in this album, musically. I think a lot of people define "musically rich but a bit low on heavy" as "derp where ma metal at? Dis suxors! Too slow and bland derp. I want moar SLAYAR" (I joke, for those offended).

Also the sudden hate on other albums baffles me. But fortunately, the majority here is sane. Every single Katatonia album scores above 8 and that is awesome (and much deserved).

Thank you for expressing my own (same) opinion.
azhidahakk - 30.08.2012 at 15:59  
Rating: 9 Nice shit \m/
Slayer666 - 30.08.2012 at 19:14  
Rating: 6
Written by pisymbol on 29.08.2012 at 23:23

They didn't. You're either deaf or you don't really like Katatonia.


Statements that generalize things the way this one does are beyond stupid and not even worth replying to with anything other than "lulz".
Mr. Doctor - 30.08.2012 at 19:17  
Rating: 7
Written by Slayer666 on 30.08.2012 at 19:14

Written by pisymbol on 29.08.2012 at 23:23

They didn't. You're either deaf or you don't really like Katatonia.

Statements that generalize things the way this one does are beyond stupid and not even worth replying to with anything other than "lulz".


We have our disagreements but I definitely back you up here since I wouldn't use such an argument against you for not liking Viva Emptiness.
Slayer666 - 30.08.2012 at 19:25  
Rating: 6
Written by Mr. Doctor on 30.08.2012 at 19:17

We have our disagreements but I definitely back you up here since I wouldn't use such an argument against you for not liking Viva Emptiness.


X-FrEaK - 31.08.2012 at 02:55  
Rating: 9 Dont know how to put this but... NITND worst Katatonia album for me and... Dead End Kings album of the year lol... Dont know why, this album just clicked. Since i dont know the reasons ill just say that these songs are awesome: Lethean, Hypnone, Dead Letters, The Racing Heart, Undo You
pisymbol - 31.08.2012 at 19:41  
 
Written by Slayer666 on 30.08.2012 at 19:14

Written by pisymbol on 29.08.2012 at 23:23

They didn't. You're either deaf or you don't really like Katatonia.


Statements that generalize things the way this one does are beyond stupid and not even worth replying to with anything other than "lulz".


Like this one...

Quote:

Speaking of which, this is even worse than Viva. That one had some good tracks, at least. This one makes me want to stick a big fat 4 on it, but I won't do it until I've heard it a few more times. I just can't make myself believe Katatonia can screw up this badly.


Screw what up badly?

I'm fine that you don't like Dead End Kings.

But the above comment clearly shows you are not a big fan of the post BMD era.
!J.O.O.E.! - 31.08.2012 at 19:45  
Rating: 5
Written by pisymbol on 31.08.2012 at 19:41

But the above comment clearly shows you are not a big fan of the post BMD era.

But this album has about as much in common with Viva, and the two albums before it, as it does with Brave Murder Day. As far I'm concerned Katatonia started a new era with TGCD, or possibly NITND.
IronAngel - 31.08.2012 at 20:11  
  I think chalking the reception up to "it's not heavy enough" is nonsense, because it arguably is heavier than Katatonia's golden age. DO, TD or LFDGD weren't "heavy" albums. They were metal, sure, but they were mostly driven by light, melodic guitar leads. Since then (starting on VE where it works, but here I disagree with Joe - it's not that close to its predecessors) they've exchanged melodies for hitting one chord repeatedly. In many ways that's pretty heavy - you can't fault boring tracks like Soil's Song or Forsaker for not being metal. It's just not very good, and that's the problem.

So yeah, dismissing criticism as something coming from metalheads who're pissed that it isn't heavy or metal enough is way off the mark, because the last few Katatonia albums are clearly heavier than their classic, post-BMD era.
Array - 31.08.2012 at 20:16  
Rating: 8
Written by IronAngel on 31.08.2012 at 20:11

they've exchanged melodies for hitting one chord repeatedly.

Yep. Viva introduced this big time.
IronAngel - 31.08.2012 at 20:16  
  To illustrate my point, just listen to what the guitar is doing in one track, then the other, and see why I don't enjoy modern Katatonia:




But no, I don't think this album is necessarily any worse than TGCD or NitND. I thought those were both garbage (in comparison to their predecessors), too.
!J.O.O.E.! - 31.08.2012 at 20:20  
Rating: 5 But it was on TGCD that they exchanged the hard rock tone for the faux-metallic sound. The only real difference I see with VE and the two prior are the vocals which were considerably improved. All three had the same, straight up riff oriented songwriting approach. I don't see it as a case of being heavier or not. The fuzzy, clinical, distorted sound from TGC distance onwards is also marred by fewer riffs, with extraneous elements taking the foreground. That's how it seems in my mind anyway. They went from simple, organic-sounding rock tunes to convoluted and sterile faux-metallic prog. Perhaps there is a slight degree of chord-focus on Viva but it certainly words on a more basic, more direct level than anything after it.
Array - 31.08.2012 at 20:35  
Rating: 8 I still remember the astonishment when a radio program called Metalliliitto premiered some of the new Katatonia songs from Viva Emptiness. After "Wealth" I was just 'what the fuck?".
!J.O.O.E.! - 31.08.2012 at 20:38  
Rating: 5 Perhaps it is a bit more: DO, TD, LFDGD / VE, TGCD / Everything else after. It all being a bit more transitional than I initially gave credit for, only with a serious plummet in songwriting after Viva.
woodsmoke666 - 31.08.2012 at 22:03  
  First listen or two I was dissapointed. Given it a few more spins and I actually think its awesome!!
Therapy? - 01.09.2012 at 02:18  
Rating: 9
Written by ravendeath on 30.08.2012 at 12:48

Written by Therapy? on 30.08.2012 at 01:42

Written by pisymbol on 29.08.2012 at 23:23

I am shocked at the comments about this album. This is without a doubt a step above Night practically in every way. The last half of that album was a big meh. This starts strong, teeters in a few places, and then ends wonderfully. The small touches in some of these tracks really outline Katatonia's accomplished song writing skills.


I'm also quite surprised by all the negativity. I can somewhat understand the disappointment that Katatonia is focusing less on heavy and more on musical genious and intimicy. But for me, this is close to a masterpiece. There's a lot to discover in this album, musically. I think a lot of people define "musically rich but a bit low on heavy" as "derp where ma metal at? Dis suxors! Too slow and bland derp. I want moar SLAYAR" (I joke, for those offended).

Also the sudden hate on other albums baffles me. But fortunately, the majority here is sane. Every single Katatonia album scores above 8 and that is awesome (and much deserved).

Thank you for expressing my own (same) opinion.


You're very welcome

Written by IronAngel on 31.08.2012 at 20:16

To illustrate my point, just listen to what the guitar is doing in one track, then the other, and see why I don't enjoy modern Katatonia:
[Youtube 1]
[Youtube 2]

But no, I don't think this album is necessarily any worse than TGCD or NitND. I thought those were both garbage (in comparison to their predecessors), too.


To be honest I can't understand why you prefer the first song over the second. The first sounds so pale and boring compared to Dead Letters. But that's just me.
Wes - 01.09.2012 at 03:26  
Rating: 9 Wow I didn't even know this was out, listening now.
pisymbol - 01.09.2012 at 05:08  
 
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 31.08.2012 at 20:38

Perhaps it is a bit more: DO, TD, LFDGD / VE, TGCD / Everything else after. It all being a bit more transitional than I initially gave credit for, only with a serious plummet in songwriting after Viva.


Let's agree to disagree. :-)

I think their song writing has massively improved with each and every release except NITND. This is where I thought they faltered a whole lot in the midsection of that album and kinda ends in a whimper for me.

There is one after another soon to be Katatonia classic on this album. Really, their best release since Vivus and probably their best release in the "clean" era of Katatonia.

If you loved Vivus, I just can not fathom someone not digging this.
Mr. Doctor - 01.09.2012 at 05:19  
Rating: 7 Hahahaha this album a future classic. Yeah.....
nocty - 01.09.2012 at 05:58  
  Great album,dont even listen to it if u dont have good sound equipment ,i blast it in the car all the time now ,especially first prayer.Love this band ,i could never say boring to them.
Slayer666 - 01.09.2012 at 10:18  
Rating: 6
Written by pisymbol on 31.08.2012 at 19:41


Like this one...

Screw what up badly?

I'm fine that you don't like Dead End Kings.

But the above comment clearly shows you are not a big fan of the post BMD era.


Uh... what? I'm half-convinced you're trying to troll me, but let's pretend your not.

Your statement:
If you don't like this, you're deaf = Anyone who doesn't feel the same way about this album as I do has a major physical disability.

My statement:
I can't believe they screwed up this badly = I can't believe one of my favorite bands managed to make an album that disappointed me this much.

You tell me which is the generalizing one. Btw, I do like post BMD era. Yea, I prefer BMD and what came before it, but if you'd take a look at how I voted Katatonia discography, you'd see what I think of the post BMD era. Just another proof of your half-witted false assumptions so typical of people who just can't understand that someone can feel differently about music.
Opethian - 01.09.2012 at 20:19  
Rating: 6
Written by X-FrEaK on 31.08.2012 at 02:55

Dont know how to put this but... NITND worst Katatonia album for me and... Dead End Kings album of the year lol... Dont know why, this album just clicked. Since i dont know the reasons ill just say that these songs are awesome: Lethean, Hypnone, Dead Letters, The Racing Heart, Undo You


It was a solid release, but honestly i got bored with 'Night is the New Day' 'Dead End Kings' just has a better atmosphere, more to enjoy this time around. I cant wait to hear some of these songs get played live this September Album of the Year? idk.., top 10? Perhaps

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Marcel Hubregtse - 01.09.2012 at 20:23  
 
Written by Opethian on 01.09.2012 at 20:19

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