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  • Album vinyle (4 février 2014)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00A6MHXJ8
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. The Cry Of Mankind

Disque : 2

  1. From Darkest Skies
  2. Black Voyage

Disque : 3

  1. A Sea To Suffer In
  2. Two Winters Only

Disque : 4

  1. Your Shameful Heaven
  2. The Sexuality Of Bereavement

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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Un client le 6 mars 2003
Format: CD
S'il ne faut posséder qu'un seul album de MDB (c'est loin d'etre une obligation...de n'en posséder qu'un seul je veux dire), c'est celui la.DOOM,LOURD,GLAUQUE,TRISTE à mourir...oui et alors.Je pense pas que ce genre de musique soit réservé au seul dépressif chronique qui n'aiment rien tant qu'un cimetière sous la pluie en automne de nuit avec du brouillard. Certes ce genre de musique s'écoute mieux en automne et dans le noir mais bon...à vous de voir...
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Par julien duplouy le 27 octobre 2015
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album incontournable de ce groupe si ce n'est lme meilleur album du groupe vraiment exceptionnel a chaque ecoute et ça fait des années que ça dure longue via a m.d.b
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11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Touching, intense... Beautiful 27 novembre 1999
Par Miserere - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
After their previous release, Turn Loose the Swans, My Dying Bride set their standards very high indeed.With this, their third full length album, they achieve what few bands can: create an incredible album on a different path from that of their previous one. Where Turn Loose the Swans was raw and quite death in its musical approach, The Angel and the Dark River hardly has any growling and the guitars are more melodic. You know immediately it's MDB because through this change in style their spirit still transcends. The songs are sad; they talk of Love, Death, Religion... Aaron's usual inspiration for his lyrics, but the music gives us a different perspective from that of past and future albums. Indeed, never again has MDB been even close to accomplishing an album as complete as this. The first track, The Cry of Mankind, lasts over 12 min and is probably the best in this album, maybe even the best song MDB has ever written; a tale of how Jesus looks down on Mankind and sees how we are destroying ourselves thus rendering his sacrifice useless. An epic which shows straight away what we can expect from the rest of the album: Slow grinding guitars inter playing with each other, harmonising often, which together with Martin's violin and keyboards (the best I've ever heard!) create that melancholic sound which is the trademark of MDB. Aaron's laments complete the painting in sad dark hues; there is a bit of growling in some songs but somehow it is not missed (for those of you who think DOOM must be growled this is a lesson on how to deliver intense vocals without reverting to growls). A review on this album cannot be complete without commenting on the incredible drumming by Rick Miah, who is, to my liking, the best DOOM drummer in the business (sadly, he is no longer a member of the band). Not one of the tracks has a simple rhythm, his use of the double bass and the cymbals adds the final touch to an already perfect album. The Angel and the Dark River is a must for anyone interested in DOOM and will serve as a comparison for other DOOM albums for a long time to come. Essential listening.
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Majestic sorrowful DOOM 28 janvier 2004
Par Ilya Malafeyev - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is one of those rare albums that sucks you inside its sound texture and holds you there. It makes you turn on the Repeat mode on your CD-player and never stop the music. This is a work of genious, no doubt.
By 1995 My Dying Bride have already established themselves as one of the titans of British doom-metal along with such notable bands as Paradise Lost and Anathema. Their previous offering, "Turn Loose the Swans", was a breakthrough album, one of the best in the genre. And "The Angel and the Dark River" successfully keeps up this tradition of highest quality from MDB.
I'd say that this record is the second best in MDB's discography so far. It further develops the style first shown up on "Turn Loose the Swans", and takes it to the level of perfection. One biggest change is that Aaron Stainthorpe never uses his usual growl on this album. Instead, he sings with clear voice in a very gloomy, depressed, sorrowful moan. He pictures the emotions of helplessness and loss excellently. His vocals is one of the highlights of this album. The lyrics are on par with vocal style, telling tales of lost hope, despair and dying.
Another highlight is the album's incredible melodism. This record is built on interwoven melodic passages from dual guitars and violin, played by Martin Powell. I don't know words to describe this experience. The guitar plays slow melodic riff, and then violin comes in, with unearthly melody, weeping, dying of lost hope. In some parts of the album this experience is further enhanced by piano or synthesized organ background.
I can't but mention the drumming here. This is a template for what means to be a great doom-metal drummer. Very creative fills and patterns, though never getting in the way of emotional experience of music.
The general sound of this album is heavy crushing depression. It's skillfully interchanged with softer, more ballad-like or more ambient parts, so the listener never feels bored. This record is perfect in all aspects, and I fail to see the reason for not liking it. I'd say this is a MUST-HAVE record for anyone interested in emotionally deep music. The strength of experience delivered by "The Angel and the Dark River" is hard to surpass.
P.S. Future showed, that Martin Powell was a crucial element for My Dying Bride's majesty. When he left, it took the band full 5 years to make a record, that is close in quality to this one. I'm talking about "The Dreadful Hour". And still my hopes are high for the upcoming new offering from the depressed Britts.
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Melancholy Metal 17 décembre 1999
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Format: CD
My Dying Bride could be said to be an accquired taste. Their brooding, melancholic doom metal is not fitting to the majority. This band is wonderfully unique in the genre, largely due to the darkly symphonic overtones contributed by the bands keyboardist/violinist, Martin. His occasional full-length violin solos and keyboard fills seemlessly flow together with Calvin's sombre single note lines and painfully slow, dark drop-tuned riffs. Aaron also does a lovely job on vocals, forgoing doom/death metal grunts for solid, achingly honest clean vocals that range from apathetic, mumbling lows to epic, symphonic highs. Their best album, in my opinion.
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Beautiful & utterly Romantic!! 24 janvier 1999
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Format: CD
Amazing, truly Amazing! This cd will elicit intense & varied emotional responses. From the joy of love (Black Voyage), to the anger of a lost relationship (A Sea to Suffer In), to the sorrows of death (Two Winters Only)!! This is the most HUMAN of all releases...EVER!! The violining is truly "otherwordly"...sounds like the weeping of angels! Listen to this in a candle-lit room while sipping Merlot!!!!
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Simply the best! 15 janvier 2004
Par Edward R. Ballard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Most of My Dying Bride's material is very, very good. However, it is hard for me to get in to anything they have done since this album. The reason-this album is so good. I haven't heard any of their earlier albums, but what I have heard of the albums after this (I do own two of them) is a band trying to fit in with their peers. On this album, however, they seemed to be playing from the soul. Call it the `Dark Side of the Moon` of gothic metal and you would probably not be far off. Furthermore, I don't mind death metal vocals. After hearing this album, however, it just pisses me off that he used them in other albums. His voice is a perfect mixture of gloom and schizophrenia, and it mixes perfectly with the violins and pianos that glide beautifully over the crunching guitar licks. For anyone who loves dark, heavy music, this is an album you must have. One warning though; the music is very creative and well written, but the tracks can get pretty long. It may seem to drag at first, but give it time. Once you see the whole picture, it will grow on you untill it becomes one of your favorite metal albums.
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