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Storm Of The Light's Bane

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Storm Of The Light's Bane

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Label: The End Records
The Gothenburg-based band's second record, 1995's Storm of the Light's Bane features a stronger black metal feel than their debut. Where The Somberlain drifted into both melodic death and folk metal, here Dissection stick close to the path of frozen, funereal chug, presumably with the black-hooded vocals of the mounted wraith on the album's cover punctuating the action. Every song on this 8-track exercise in gloominess rushes past like a blizzard, with about 10 seconds of respite bookending "Retribution."

About This Album

The Gothenburg-based band's second record, 1995's Storm of the Light's Bane features a stronger black metal feel than their debut. Where The Somberlain drifted into both melodic death and folk metal, here Dissection stick close to the path of frozen, funereal chug, presumably with the black-hooded vocals of the mounted wraith on the album's cover punctuating the action. Every song on this 8-track exercise in gloominess rushes past like a blizzard, with about 10 seconds of respite bookending "Retribution."

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About This Album

The Gothenburg-based band's second record, 1995's Storm of the Light's Bane features a stronger black metal feel than their debut. Where The Somberlain drifted into both melodic death and folk metal, here Dissection stick close to the path of frozen, funereal chug, presumably with the black-hooded vocals of the mounted wraith on the album's cover punctuating the action. Every song on this 8-track exercise in gloominess rushes past like a blizzard, with about 10 seconds of respite bookending "Retribution."