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Ayin Aleph - Ayin Aleph I
To be honest I was quite curious about this band and album. I read on their myspace that Ayin Aleph is influenced by Bach, Beethoven and Pantera. Not a common thing, so I quickly started to listen to the album.  
Ayin was born in Moscow, but she now lives in Paris. She started playing the piano at the age of four. At the age of fifteen she enters the conservatory of Moscow. Ayin’s voice has a wide range; she can throw out a roar as well as singing the operatic choruses.
Female fronted goth metal is the first thing that came to mind as I was listening to the album. But nothing like I ever heard, the lyrics on this album are like poetry. The music grabs you, combining metal with classical music. Songs like “My Bloody Marriage” and “Greed” are truly beautiful songs.  
This is definitely a unique album, never heard anything like this. And in this day in age that’s a rare thing. Musically it’s a more than ok record, but the vocals take some time getting used too.
Ayin Aleph - Ayin Aleph I
86/1001Details Invencis
Released on Friday Feb 29th, 2008
Female Fronted Goth

Writer @Zmok on Friday Feb 29th, 2008

Tags: #Ayin Aleph
Tracklisting 01. Hamlet
02. My Bloody Marriage
03. Aleph
04. Grey Ashes
05. Butterfly
06. Bridge
07. Valpurgis Night
08. Sebastian's Prayer
09. Army Of Love
10. My Bloody Marriage (goule version)
11. The Purchase Of The Cathedral
12. Black Roses
13. -
14. Es Muss Sein
15. Alcove Rhapsody
16. I Came
17. Greed
18. The End
19. I Miss You
Line up Ayin Aleph - Vocals, Pianos&Harpsichord
Mark Mynett - Guitars
Anthony Scemana - Guitars
Jean-Jacque Moréac - Bass
Yann Costes - Drums