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RECOMMENDATION: In Solitude - The World. The Flesh. The Devil.

Discussion in 'RC' started by Tranquillian, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. Tranquillian

    Tranquillian Svartmetallist

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    This is a swedish band from Uppsala. Also the birth town of Watain.

    In Solitude play what I would describe as old-school heavy metal. Some would probably compare them to King Diamond/Mercyful Fate.

    The album I am recommending is their sophomore outing "The World. The Flesh. The Devil." The vocals are an acquired taste but as a whole this albums slays. The riffs, the melodies, the earthy genuine production values and the mood of the music does it for me. Hope it works for you too.

    The world. The Flesh. The Devil.


    Demons:


    Poisoned, blessed and burned:
     
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  2. ChaosLee

    ChaosLee Formerly Necromunchkin

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    Love this band
     
  3. dill_the_devil

    dill_the_devil OneMetal.com Music Editor

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    Saw these guys live with Amon Amarth and Grand Magus back in March - reviewed the gig for OneMetal (link here) and subsequently interviewed the vocalist, Hornper (link here). A very cool album, this - very atmospheric.
     
  4. einride

    einride your best friend

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    first album is better, this one did not convince me at all
     

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