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Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Court In The Act Presents Death Metal: A Slow Demise

This is another part of the death metal series; from here on in, the parts are not ordered. This aims to expose the quality in the realms of doomy death metal, which naturally means long songs, thus a large filesize.


1. My Dying Bride
- A Sea To Suffer In (from The Angel And The Dark River)
2. Anathema - Cerulean Twilight (from The Silent Enigma)
3. Paradise Lost - Gothic (from Gothic)
4. Opeth - Demon Of The Fall (from My Arms, Your Hearse)
5. Katatonia - Brave (from Brave Murder Day)
6. diSEMBOWELMENT - The Tree Of Life And Death (from Transcendence Into The Peripheral)
7. Sorrow - Human Error (from Hatred And Disgust)
8. Swallow The Sun - The Justice Of Suffering (from Hope)
9. Cenotaph - Larvs Of Subconcious (from The Gloomy Reflection Of Our Hidden Sorrows)
10. Dragged Into Sunlight - Boiled Angel, Buried With Leeches (from Hatred For Mankind)

The second half of this one is a lot more extreme than the first half, which has a tendency to gothic doom.


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