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on 22 February 2004
It's not doing MDB justice to say this is a continuation of the two previous albums (Light at the End of the World and Dreadful Hours) as they were both stunning ablums also. But this has everything you could want from MDB or indeed any album, beauty, darkness, aggression, softness, you could go on forever with the descriptions MDB can evoke. The intro' to the opening track (the Wreckage of my Flesh) is one of the most disturbing openings you'll ever hear. In a word, wonderful.
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