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Godspeed On The Devil's Thunder Deluxe Edition, Explicit Lyrics, Special Edition, Import
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Tracks: Disc I: In Grandeur And Frankincense Devilment Stirs 2:27 / Shat Out Of Hell 5:03 / The Death Of Love 7:14 / The 13th Caesar 5:36 / Tiffauges 2:14 / Tragic Kingdom 6:00 / Sweetest Maleficia 5:59 / Honey And Sulphur 5:38 / Midnight Shadows Crawl To Darken Counsel With Life 8:59 / Darkness Incarnate 8:56 / Ten Leagues Beneath Contempt 4:59 / Godspeed On The Devil's Thunder 5:37 / Corpseflower 2:42 / Disc II: Balsamic And Anathema 6:06 / A Thousand Hands On The Maid Of Ruin 8:05 / Into The Crypt Of Rays 4:11 / Devil To The Metal 6:18 / Courting Baphomet 5:18 / The Love Of Death [RMX] 5:13 / The Death Of Love [Demo] 7:17 / The 13th Caesar [Demo] 5:28 / Dirge Inferno [Live] 6:46 / Dusk And Her Embrace [Live] 5:46
Top Customer Reviews
Far less gimmicky and WAY more intense, than the underwhelming Thornography, this is a return to the cinematic scope of 2003's Damnation And A Day. There is much in terms of bombastic orchestration to be enjoyed - provided by keyboard/synth but none the less impressive for this. In fact, it's rivalled only by the sterling keyboard work on Epica's Divine Conspiracy in it's recreation of a real orchestral style sound. Haunting choral work is also present to chill and unease.
The production is lavish, yet never loses sight that this IS Metal. Furious bass drums, harsh riffs and the demonic wails of Dani Filth liken comparison to Dimmu Borgir. The lyrics are dark and eloquently written, depicting the lifestory of a middle ages serial killer. Final exquisite touches are supplied by the superb vocal textures of Doug (Pinhead) Bradley on the narrative interludes. Class!
Special mention for the superb artwork!
This is so much better than the last album in every single department...
Thornography was great to listen to the first time but i found myself listening to their previous work rather than thornography. I feared they would release an album very similar to thornography but i was proved wrong!
This album takes you back to the spirit of their midian era and provides great listening to any cradle fan 100% recommended!
Opener "Shat out of hell" isn't the most auspicious of openers, with a somewhat annoyingly shouty approach, although the powerful riff is a good start, and it gets pretty good toward the end. Then we start to get into the interesting territory. "The Death of Love" and "The 13th Ceasar" are both very impressive efforts. The former utilising Sarah's beautiful vocals to full effect to tell the dramatic and tragic tale of Joan of Arc. The latter is possibly my favourite. Gothic, spooky choral backing, beautiful strings and heavy riffs all mixed together. "Honey and Sulphur" is another winner, also employing the choirs and severely screechy vocals not to mention some very poetic lyrics. "Midnight Shadows..." is one of their more fun songs, with some melodic keyboards added. Finally, "Ten Leagues Beneath Contempt" is my other favourite, I think it somehow shows a more mature side to their music.Read more ›
Atmospheric and dark this album will stand up along side their older work such as "Dusk and her Embrace" and "Midian" as another classic.
The Delux version disc 2 is worth investigating for the little gems it contains such as the cover of Celtic Frosts "Into the Crypt of Rays" and the rather un-nerving remix of the "Death of Love"
This is a contender for album of the year.
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