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My Dying Bride have been the leading light of doom metal since their debut album "As The Flower Withers" was released on Peaceville Records back in 1992. Influenced by acts such as Celtic Frost and Candlemass, the band's heavy atmospherics have carved a huge worldwide following over the years and they remain at the pinnacle of the genre and one of the most instantly distinguishable metal bands. Originally released in 1998, 34.788% complete was My Dying Bride's 5th studio album & saw the band exploring more experimental & boundary-pushing territory to great effect.
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Critics have accused MDB of "wallowing in misery" but this album gave a wide range of emotions from the band and I'd be tempted to say it stands alongside their best material. This album was a real help at getting me through this time and I'm pleased to say I've recently started listening to it again.
The songs are excellent, atmospheric and the guitar work is crushing and distintive to MDB. The album to me is faster and more industrial than anything else they have done before, Aaron's sings differently and his distinctive futuristic-type vocals are not used. The sound is industrial and more electronic and as always it is very emotive and uplifting with crushing guitar work and quiet interludes, as in the excellent The Whore, the Cook and the Mother. The songs have fantastic melody to the MDB-tuned ear. I love my rock and especially appreciate skillful muscianship that is a cut above the average and in their genre MDB are that band for me. Fans of heavy, emotive and crushing rock fans should give MDB a listen and this album deserves more acclaim than it has recieved.
I found a track or two a little more industrial than the last couple of CD's released, which suprised me. Not quite so much 'doom',but from the songs still plenty of misery (Heroin Chic) , but it has made it one always to hand.
Great CD, great band, just ordered another back copy CD of their's!!
It's a must for MDB fans!!!