#1
Well, I heard Nymphetamine by CoF and found out that Liv Kristine sung the guest vocals and that she used to sing for Theatre of Tragedy. So I downloaded A Hamlet for a Slothful Vassal, and I love it. So, for anyone who likes them, what else do you recommend I listen to by them?
#2
I don't know alot about theatre of tragedy but if you like symphonic metal, doom metal, gothic metal etc, I'd say check out:

Nightwish, After Forever, Epica, The Sins of thy Beloved, Sirenia, and Lacuna Coil.
#3
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Well, I heard Nymphetamine by CoF and found out that Liv Kristine sung the guest vocals and that she used to sing for Theatre of Tragedy. So I downloaded A Hamlet for a Slothful Vassal, and I love it. So, for anyone who likes them, what else do you recommend I listen to by them?


I've only heard one song by them - lorelei. And to be honest - its not that bad, and I hate the vocals in bands like this!

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#5
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they "were" decent back when they were metal. Now they are ****.

Rose for the dead (i think thats the title, been a while since I've listened to them, maybe 5 years now lol) > You.


yeah, ive read that after their 3rd album they got all industrial. ive heard one of those songs, and it is crap.

how ironic, i picked a song at random off of limewire and im downloading that song now.
#6
Everything up to and including 'Velvet Darkness they Fear' is amazing, after that they just got weird
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#7
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Everything up to and including 'Velvet Darkness they Fear' is amazing, after that they just got weird


Agreed. Great band, hot frontwomen... What else is needed in the music industry?
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#8
i haven't heard much at all, but what I did was very good.
Read my post. Not this.
#9
If you like Liv Kristine, check out Leaves' Eyes
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#10
ToT are/were ace. A Distance There Is has got to be one of the most powerfuly beautiful songs in metal.
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If you like Liv Kristine, check out Leaves' Eyes
Meh, I never found them to be as good.
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#11
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ToT are/were ace. A Distance There Is has got to be one of the most powerfuly beautiful songs in metal.
Meh, I never found them to be as good.


I think they're awesome, but I've never heard much ToT to compare it to. Liv is an excellent vocalist
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#12
Leaves' Eyes is a completely different beast, as is Liv' solo album. Both are good though.
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#14
Very good from what I've heard, but I haven't heard all that much.
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