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Review: Pale Divine - Pale Divine
Pale Divine
Pale Divine

Label: Shadow Kingdom Records
Year released: 2018
Duration: 46:09
Tracks: 8
Genre: Doom Metal

Rating: 3.75/5

Review online: February 10, 2019
Reviewed by: MetalMike
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Pale Divine

Rated 2.86/5 (57.14%) (7 Votes)

Pennsylvania's Pale Divine have chosen the self-titled route for their fifth album of crunchy doom metal. Guitars are the band's bread-and-butter and they have some killer riffs on tracks like "Spinning Wheel" and "Chemical Decline," the kind of riffs that make you want to turn on the black lights and do the slow head bang in time with the pounding bass. The vocals are back in the mix because the singer is no Robert Lowe, but he holds his own. Pale Divine have a bit of an epic quality to their songwriting and some of their compositions do a more than a fair job of creating that "far away" vibe. Pale Divine won't blow you away, but it is full of solid doom.

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