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Desire - Locus Horrendus
Dramatic is what I call this. I didn�t even know there was music like this, I mean I know that there was music like this, but an entire album of dramatic emo-death metal without fast parts, unheard off in my opinion. Perhaps these people have created a new genre, I wouldn�t know! I don�t even know if there is a market for this kind of thing! Let�s review! If you are manically depressed, or you�ve just broke up with your girlfriend after a 5 year relationship or your wife has just died due to some horrible disease or something like that you should definitely purchase this album. Slow dramatic heavy, almost doomy guitars with slow drums, an enchanting keyboard and not always brutal vocals are the ingredients for Desire. The vocals have a lot of variation from evil whispering to brutal dramatic long screams. The guitar and bass are slow, and some might even call this music doom due to the pass of the music. The pass is picked up only a couple of times on the 70 minutes lasting album. The drums are slow as well, except for one blastbeat and a double bass here and there. I must say that I really like the keyboards on the album, they enchant me and even make me forget that I don�t like the music. Job well done for the guy behind the keys. Now about the lyrics. I�ve never read anything so depressing I believe. These lyrics make Jonathan Davis of Korn look like a child begging for some fucking G.I. Joe action figure or something. The next time when I listen to this cd will probably when I�ve broken up with my girlfriend, or my parents died in a horrible car accident or something dramatic like that. But calling a song �(Love Is) Suicide�, with an attitude like that you�re better off dead already. SOMETIMES you feel like that, and that�s when you�ll listen to this album. But I�ll bet that the person who wrote the lyrics isn�t a big John Lennon fan�. The conclusion is that I�m starting to like the music due to the keyboards and the melodic parts, which is a good thing for them, because that gives them a higher grade. But it�s definitely something I haven�t heard before, so give me time to get used to it. But depressed people all across the land, check it out!!! Just don�t commit suicide yet! Line-up: Tear: tragic and dramatic vocals Mist: guitar Tempest: bass Ashes: grand piano and keyboard effects Flame: drums and percussions (how idiotic can you be) Tracklist: 1. Preludium (1.07) 2. Frozen Heart�Lonely soul� (8.45) 3. Cries of Despair (0.58 ) 4. The Weep Of A Mournful Dusk (13.12) 5. �An Autumnal Night Passion � Movement 1 (9.09) 6. �An Autumnal Night Passion � Movement 2 (9.51) 7. Drama (1.43) 8. Dark Angel Bird (A Poet Of Tragedies) (10.51) 9. Torn Apart (8.33) 10. (Love Is) Suicide (4.18 ) 11. Postludium (0.28 )
Desire - Locus Horrendus
80/1001Details Independant
Released on Tuesday Nov 30th, -0001

Writer @DemonDust on Thursday May 20th, 2004

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