#2
Wow, I only listened to the first song on their myspace and I loved it. Really cool stuff.
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#4
People, this band is goooooood.
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#5
I shall be the third person to post in this thread. This band is amazing, heard about 'em but just recently checked them out. They sound a lot like Edge of Sanity (like Scourge said). I like 'em more though. Really good stuff.
#12
I like em. Been listening to them for a while now.

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#14
Used to love Godgory! The EoS influence isn't just in the guitars, as the production was done by Swano himself. I can see a lot of melodeath fans liking this stuff, but it kinda gets old.

Whiney vocal and zombie-march rhythms ftw!
#15
well so far the songs Adultery and Resurrection have bored me to tears but this other one "My Bad Dream" seems somewhat better... well... not that much
I have to go and Death In Black didnt seem any better from the intro... I hope Shadow's Dance is better :X
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#16
The re-recorded version of Sea of Dreams is perhaps the most amazing instrumental ever written.
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To be honest, with the exception of Farewell, each track is a gem.

Outside of Sea of Dreams, my pick off that album would probably be Caressed by Flames. Godly harmonies.
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#22
I haven't listened to them in ages. I'd listen now, but it's like 3:30 in the morning over here and I kinda want to sleep.