Glad To Be Dead

by Wine From Tears

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• : • : • ė • : • : • good melodic doom/somewhat death.

I could do without that garbage mainstream nu-metal sounding last song though. good lord. it is just oddly and utterly embarrassing. It's like out of no where to end the album, it's just some third rate sounding embarrassing radio band like bullet for my valenshite or avenged cuckhold. how the hell is that song written by the same band as song 6 or 7- and how was that honestly decided to put in randomly with the rest of the album? is it a cover? or just like, "hell yeah bros! let's put this awkward lame as fuck mediocre radio sounding song in to not follow or make sense for the rest of the album at all !?!?!?!"

I hope it was at least just to try to have a shit "hit" for marketing, and not actually thought to be good.
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Necron Ah, finally a second album. It was worth the wait. Incredible mood and fantastic guitars. Fantastic job, Wine From Tears! I only wish that we could see your releases more often. Favorite track: Allergic Sun.
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Pencilvester Great if you like Daylight Dies. Hard to find new death/doom bands on this level. Favorite track: In Memory Of The Truth.
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Some guy Their debut was an auspicious one, and this is even better. The music is more refined and dynamic this time around. Shades of Saturnus and Katatonia still loom, but the band has taken strides in forging their own identity. A great one to lose yourself in. Favorite track: In Memory Of The Truth.
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Bruce Just a beautifully crafted collection of doomy 'mood metal.' Exudes a grim, foreboding atmosphere in the vein of early Paradise Lost. Favorite track: Allergic Sun.
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Michael K. Russian Doom Death in the vein of SWALLOW THE SUN and all that kind of bands. Pretty great! Favorite track: In Memory Of The Truth.
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Brand new album from Wine From Tears long-awaited by those who appreciated the debut record of the Russian band. After intensive work in studio and at concert stages the musicians created a new gem of melodic doom death metal. After response by fans of Saturnus, Swallow The Sun and Draconian to the debut album the band found the balance between atmosphere, melody and expressivity in performance. This is a new chapter in band history which continues the search for aids of expression in modern doom death. Beautiful artwork which is traditionally made by Roman Corvinus helps to reveal the senses put by the musicians into «Glad To Be Dead».

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released June 17, 2013



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