Wednesday, October 28, 2015


Journey Through Endless Storms
Solitude Records
Death doom requires patience, above all. Doom is popular in 2015, so maybe it is time that these Brazilians get some recognition. Fortunately for me, the band has its roots planted in British and Swedish doom/death doom, the kind in which the songs matter. Thus, it is definitely slow heaviness, but there is melody and melancholy here, there is a sense of songs. If you are up for some death doom, go ahead and sit down, grab your headphones and relax. This is going to take a while, it’s going to be slow motion, the way that melancholic death doom always is.

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