Fortitude​.​Pain​.​Suffering

by DEOS

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H.L.
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H.L. After discovering DEOS' excellent second output "...To Depart", I purchased its forerunner, which is much darker, but also absolutely recommendable.

While the second output shows more variety, especially by the frequently used clear vocals, which make for dynamic within the overall blackness and suffering, the debut is basically an umcompromising journey through fathomless doom and gloom from beginning to the end. Funeral Doom right out of the textbook for this genre so to say. Monumental! Favorite track: Embalmed In Tears Of Sorrow.
Spinebrain
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Spinebrain Pim from Officium Triste recommended this one. Great funeral doom from UK.

See my short review at tornbeyondreason.blogspot.fi Favorite track: Neverending Grief.
Michael Soucy
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Michael Soucy Awesome depressive funeral doom. Favorite track has a bit of Virgin Black to it. Neverending Grief is a close second. Favorite track: The Corruption Of Virtue.
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    Disturbingly depressive funeral doom.
    Music is dedicated to Anita Nicoleta (1969-2013)

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Depressive Funeral Doom

The music is dedicated to Anita Nicoleta (1969 - 2013)

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released August 9, 2013

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