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GRAVE DECLARATION - WHEN DYING SOULS SCREAM PRAISE (*NEW-CD, 2013, Bombworks Records)

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 GRAVE DECLARATION - WHEN DYING SOULS SCREAM PRAISE (*NEW-CD, 2013, Bombworks Records)

Artist: GRAVE DECLARATION
Title: When Dying Souls Scream Praise
Label: Bombworks Records
Product ID: BWR0413
Style: Symphonic Black Metal
Packaging: 8 panel full color digipak with lyrics
Barcode: 845121058406
Release Date: March 12th, 2013

ABOUT THE ALBUM
This is an orchestral black metal masterpiece – the kind where you place your chair in front of very large speakers, lean back, close your eyes, and let the sheer majesty of the moment envelope your heart and soul. Attention to detail was maintained at every aspect from each riff and drum fill all the way through production and mastering. Hailing from the frosty northern lands of Norway, Dying Souls…is the first full length recording from the band that broke onto the scene with a brilliant 2008 EP. The man behind the atmospheric progressive metal with worship lyrics is none other than Thor Georg Buer – an established member of the mighty Antestor! You get an hour of blast beats, incredible melodies, classic Keep of Kalessin-type break downs, and a steady diet of the finest blackened metal you’ll hear anywhere! You shouldn’t have to sort through mountains of weak pretentious nonsense of watered down wanna-be metal that lacks heart or dedication. Dying Souls… is a PHD in what metal is and should always be - a heart pounding, teeth clenching, visceral experience that makes your blood race, and your soul satisfied. Packaged in an eight panel, full color digipak with lyrics, file this one right next to the best of Dimmu Borgir, Old Man's Child, Fleshgod Apocalypse, Keep of Kalessin, Antestor, and A Hill To Die Upon.

TRACKS
01. Change of Heart
02. Come, Let Us Speak
03. Fall Down
04. Ærefrykt
05. Reach for the Sky
06. Legacy
07. Silence
08. Instrumental #1
09. Hardest Rocking God of All Time
10. In the Throne Room
11. Interlude
12. Jeg Er Frelst, Ã… For En NÃ¥de

CUSTOMER REVIEW
And I don't know what Anthony(another reviewer) is talking about, because for a debut release this sounds great, and it is absolutely not lo-fi. It sounds almost identical to Dimmu borgir, except Grave declaration inspires totally different emotions then Dimmu borgir does, and they are just better song writers in general. And one more thing about what Anthony said: Their voice is not angry, it just happens to hit all the right tones and scratch all the right spots. They scream with emotion and it sounds great! If your looking for some GOOD QUALITY(not lo-fi) Symphonic unblack metal, then you won't be disappointed with this at all-if you have any musical taste. Other bands like this to check out like this would be: Dark lay still, Sanctifica, or Antester. Antestor's not lo-fi neither by the way. Lo-fi unblack to check out would be: Horde, Bealiah, Poems of shadows, or Usynlig tumult(all amazing bands).