MT Facebook Follow metaltemple. Remember me. Be invisible. Users online 41 guests Welcome to our newest member, metalwim. Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter. Despite their long history, this is the first time I am hearing them. Based upon my research, their previous album " Hellium ," had them leaning more towards melodeath.
Well, although I haven't heard that album to comment on it, I'm glad they returned to doom because this album is a damn fine example of the style. Is it an original sound? Do I care? Also, no. It isn't what you do but how you do it. It is hard to go wrong with this type of doom—and " Dying On The Scorched Plains " is a fitting ode to that sound and filled with great song writing. It is short but sweeping with wonderful atmosphere.
It rolls right into the first proper track, " Burning Pile. She is everything I could want for this style. She harmonizes well and her vocals are angelic yet powerful enough to rise above the music even during the heavier moments. The song is rather melodic, especially the bass in some places, but it switches between clean and distorted passages effortlessly.
On top of all that, the chorus and lead guitar add a ton of catchy moments to the mix. While this song laid the basic foundation of the band's Gothic tones, the next track " Space Between " adds in the death metal elements. I'm not sure if Nela helps out with any of the extreme vocal styles or if it is all Juraj but both the low growls and high screams fit into their sound as well as they should. The song also shows that Gothic doom doesn't always have to be slow and can still bring in riffs and double bass without compromising the morose atmosphere.
The opening is surprisingly both jaunty and beefy. Well almost 20 years later, and out of the blue comes a new album on a new German label, Uprising! Neither appears to have aged, sounding as they did back in the early 00s and they delivered a great, surprising reunion alum that recalls the albums mentioned above and is a great throwback to the style of the early 90s and early 00s. In an era and for me, this year in particular overflowing with uber technical death metal, polished black metal symphonics, and breakdown filled deathcore, Dying on the Scorched Plains comes as a refreshing dash of nostalgic, somber elegance, imbuing a time when bands like Love History, Godgory, Tristania, Theatre of Tragedy, Dismal Euphony, Haggard , and Beseech walked the earth.
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Dying On The Scorched Plains by Thalarion, released 10 December 1. Prelude To Dolorous Scenes 2. Burning Pile 3. Space In Between 4. Dying on the Scorched Plains · Thalarion. Type: Full-length; Release date: December 10th, ; Catalog ID: N/A. Label: Uprising! After 17 years of hiatus the Slovakian based Thalarion is back with a new album. The band was formed in , but went to sleep in