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Release date: 26 April 2013
Style: Doom metal

Rating:

8.2 | 37 votes

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01. Mouths Of Madness
02. Marching Dogs Of War
03. Silent One
04. Nomad
05. Mountains Of Steel
06. Leaving It All Behind
07. Loving Hand Of God
08. Wizard Of War
09. See You On The Other Side


Additional info
Limited edition comes as a digipack with the CD in vinyl-look and with an additional patch.
No bonus tracks.

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Alex Fenger - 23.04.2013 at 19:22  
  A very pleasant listen.
IronAngel - 29.04.2013 at 00:29  
  Hard to say anything inspired about this album. Really enjoyable and high quality, as was to be expected. Not really much has happened since the first EP, stylistically, but not much needed to happen either. It boils down to whether you like the songs more or not. I haven't listened to any of their releases enough to make educated statements about that. I bet I'm going to listen to this a lot in the months to come, but it's hard to give full appreciation to something so caught up in its choice of expression.

The cover is fucking ugly and unnecessarily retro, though.
Rulatore - 01.05.2013 at 05:22  
 
Written by IronAngel on 29.04.2013 at 00:29

unnecessarily retro

So is the music
IronAngel - 02.05.2013 at 20:03  
 
Written by Rulatore on 01.05.2013 at 05:22

Written by IronAngel on 29.04.2013 at 00:29

unnecessarily retro

So is the music


I wouldn't necessarily say that. It's blatantly old-school and derivative, sure. But it also feels pretty sincere; they're playing the music they love and doing it well. That ugly cover implies they're intentionally (ironically?) retro, at least to me.

Dunno, I just think it looks bad. Their previous ones were pretty effective, if unoriginal.
Nick Krzemienski - 30.05.2013 at 16:44  
Rating: 8 As a huge fan of Sabbath i like this aswell. Not very original, but the whole idea works.
AtrumHiberna - 07.06.2013 at 22:08  
  Good but... I don't know. There's too much Sabbath reap off in this album. I mean, their 1st album resembled Black Sabbath as well, but there was no reap off whereas in this album there are songs that have the riffs from songs like paranoid and symptom of the universe with just one or two notes changed.
Overall good effort though, but weaker than the 1st one and the two EPs
onedh - 18.09.2013 at 01:39  
Rating: 9
Written by IronAngel on 29.04.2013 at 00:29

Hard to say anything inspired about this album. Really enjoyable and high quality, as was to be expected. Not really much has happened since the first EP, stylistically, but not much needed to happen either. It boils down to whether you like the songs more or not. I haven't listened to any of their releases enough to make educated statements about that. I bet I'm going to listen to this a lot in the months to come, but it's hard to give full appreciation to something so caught up in its choice of expression.

The cover is fucking ugly and unnecessarily retro, though.


I think the cover is great!

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