Dusk And Her Embrace - Cradle Of Filth
1 CD(s) - Black Metal - Label: Music For Nations - Distributor: Shellshock/SRD - Released: 03/1997 - 5016583120856
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Review of "Dusk And Her Embrace - Cradle Of Filth"
This album starts of pretty typical CofF style, with the eerie sounding synth-type thing, closely followed by "Heaven Torn Asunder" which is nicely structured, with the usual pounding drums, and dynamic vocals.
No song stands out as particularly bad on this album, but in reply to that, none of the tracks seem outstandingly brilliant. Sure, the guitar work, is technical and sounds pretty impressive, and the songs are well written, but they just don't seem to stand out from each other. This could be because the songs are all pretty long, and the tempo changes often, giving the impression of a different song starting.
Saying that, I find "A Gothic Romance" a very impressive song.
Also, the choirs in "Dusk And Her Embrace" are a really nice touch.
Cradle of Filth defintely have found the formula for their songs, and they don't look like changing it. The seem happy with the way their songs come out, but I find that the songs seem to blend together..
Product Information : Dusk And Her Embrace - Cradle Of Filth
Manufacturer's product description1 CD(s) - Black Metal - Label: Music For Nations - Distributor: Shellshock/SRD - Released: 03/1997 - 5016583120856
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