Enshine - Singularity



8.3 | 200 votes |
Release date: 18 October 2015
Style: Gothic doom metal

Owners:

158 have it
23 want it


01. Dual Existence
02. Adrift
03. Resurgence
04. In Our Mind
05. Astarium Pt. II
06. Echoes
07. Dreamtide
08. The Final Trance
09. Apex

Line-up
Sébastien Pierre - vocals, keyboards
Jari Lindholm - guitars, bass, keyboards, additional vocals

Session musicians
Fredrik Widigs - drums

Staff review by
Jason W.
Rating:
9.1
Leaving behind the limitations of our mind, our physical form, and our existence has rarely felt so sorrowful, so conflicted, and yet so hopeful and inspiring. Enshine have returned with a more decisive release this time around, replete with perfected arrangements, lyrical ideas that leave the listener in a dreamlike state of existential thoughts, and an atmosphere that presses upon one's heart like a cold sun drifting endlessly upward into the infinite stars of possibilities.

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published 17.12.2015 | Comments (13)

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31.10.2015 - 17:37
Rating: 8
Reaper_Redeemer
Written by LeKiwi on 23.10.2015 at 05:50

Written by muska on 23.10.2015 at 01:28

For whatever reason people feel the need to endlessly bash albums they don't enjoy. If you didn't like the previous one and don't enjoy this one, why do you spend time discussing it other than just stroking each others egos? Seems somewhat sad. It's music - everyone has a personal taste and preferance, state yours if you feel the need and move on.

I see no bashing here - only opinions.


Like the comments that suggest it is uninspired and bland right? Full of arguments.
Well, maybe it is, but at least let us idiots that need to be taught some lessons, at least to have a link of their reviews, so maybe we finally get an argument about what they are thinking of, thanks.
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01.11.2015 - 18:54
Rating: 10
Spacerunner
Very surprised by the comments. One of the best albums this year. No doubts at all.
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01.11.2015 - 19:43
Rating: 5
LeKiwi
High Fist Prog
Written by Reaper_Redeemer on 31.10.2015 at 17:37

Like the comments that suggest it is uninspired and bland right? Full of arguments.
Well, maybe it is, but at least let us idiots that need to be taught some lessons, at least to have a link of their reviews, so maybe we finally get an argument about what they are thinking of, thanks.

Opinions don't need arguments. Also, why would someone who enjoys this album be an idiot - I'm confused
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11.11.2015 - 11:51
Rating: 9
NoxStorM
Best Album in 2015 so far .. i consider Jari Lindholm as one of the most talented metal musicians in the last decade .. from Slumber - Atoma - Enshine and Exgenesis this guy is doing an awesome job
The Album is fantastic even it is considered as Origin (Part two) with more enhancements in the production but needs more quality as this album fits to be listened through headphones better . most of the song outros are epic . Super easy atmospheric guitar melodies and solos although it needs more . Oscar Borgenstam on Drums is very creative and versatile , Echoes outro with the last growl of Sebstian Pierre is Epic with the funk beat .. very heavy , melodic and angry . Sebstian Vocaling is awesome .. i see this album as the top hit this year , best tracks are Echoes - In our mind - the final trance
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11.11.2015 - 17:50
Rating: 8
Susan
Smeghead
Excellent album. The previous one was very nice but not quite as moving for me. A beautiful step forward.
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"A life all mine
Is what I choose
At the end of my days"
--The Gathering "A Life All Mine" from Souvenirs
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12.12.2015 - 13:14
Rating: 9
Yugosaki
I like this very much
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FExm25lccXQ
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09.02.2016 - 22:26
LuciferOfGayness
Account deleted
Gothic doom metal?
Whatever, it sounds like a poor mans early Katatonia.
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22.08.2016 - 06:48
Rating: 6
DeathMetal
Very boring.
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