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Review: Dark Embrace - Bitter End
Dark Embrace
www.darkembrace.tk
Bitter End

Label: Independent
Year released: 2003
Duration: 18:28
Tracks: 4
Genre: Doom Metal

Review online: February 18, 2004
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
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Bitter End

Rated 3.5/5 (70%) (2 Votes)
Review


Dark Embrace play some well-executed Doom metal, although their Black Metal roots are still evident in a few tracks, especially atmosphere-wise at times - interesting mix to say the least. There's a mix of clean and more extreme vocals, with material ranging from very slow and heavy to more extreme (as in faster) playing. As can be expected, they do use keyboards, but overall in a very well-orchestrated way so that they don't come out as overwhelmingly annoying. :) There's nothing particularly groundbreaking here (is there ever?), but the band knows how to play this genre. Heavy entrancing and depressing melodies are what's most noticeable here, although the third track also stands out by itself by being definitely closer to Black Metal than it is to Doom. While this demo is very short, it definitely showcases the band's potential. If they can keep this up for a whole album, then we might have a winner.


Track Listing:
  1. Dying Breath
  2. Bitter End
  3. The Threat Of Flesh And Its Libidinous Storms Of Silence
  4. Fragility Of Life
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