Friday, September 4, 2020

ECLPISE OF THE SUN– BRAVE NEVER WORLD (Review by Varg The Mighty )


Today’s review is of Hungarian Gothic Death Doom Metal band Eclipse Of The Sun’s second album, a much heavier and improved approach than their debut.
With the Death Metal side being very secondary, on this album the Doom side takes the lead, bringing slowness and a dreary atmosphere of elegance. Thanks to the gothic influences, the epic aura of the songs adopts its full form.
Aided by a voice that seems like a blend of Reverend Bizarre and My Dying Bride, the music highly reminds of Paradise Lost, with the same melodic riffs and symphonic background. This can be especially appreciated in the song “Things Called Life”.



Haunting with eerie flagrance, this album leans towards the most gothic side of the genre, while not losing its core values, so pure that they may even bring you back to the late 80’s whence it originated.
I recommend this album to fans of Doom Metal and Gothic Metal. In this full-length the band truly shows their hidden potential that only seems to grow.

 Review by Varg The Mighty

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