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Dark Music Awards 2014 - Preliminary Group 03

 

Finalists from the Preliminary Group 3 are: Autumnal - The End Of The Third Day and Laibach - Spectre

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Awards 2014 - Preliminary Group 3

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Autumnal - The End Of The Third Day
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Black Light Discipline - Death By A Thousand Cuts
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Der Blaue Reiter - Le Paradis Funèbre II - L' Adieu Du Silence
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Empyrium - The Turn Of The Tides
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Friends Of Alice Ivy - The Golden Cage And Its Mirrored Maze
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Laibach - Spectre
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The Devil & The Universe - Haunted Summer
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Autumnal - The End Of The Third Day: Autumnal are not a newcommer on the scene, those who follow the doom scene must be aware that this band is active since 1998 and is by many considered to be the cornerstone of Iberian metal. The End Of The Third Day is one of those albums that gets best consumed in the solitude, with your favorite drink in hands while the soft sparkly lights of candles draw some silhouettes on the wall in complete absence from outside effects. It offers a lot, but all those great guitar riffs and timeless melancholic melodies will bring some shivers down your spine. Read a review HERE. Links: Facebook

Black Light Discipline - Death By A Thousand Cuts: Black Light Discipline’s sound draws electrifyingly beautiful landscapes. It’s dynamic, focused, well performed and well produced. It can either evoke your primary desire to move your body at a party or to head bang into a terrible whiplash. This album’s explosiveness and catchiness will definitely appeal to more open-minded listeners, who enjoy in various music styles, especially the industrial, dark electro and melodic metal rhythms. Its sound manifests in melodic and memorable keyboard melodies combined with marching guitar riffs, which create tunes that will stick to your head. Read a review HERE. Links: Website, Facebook

Der Blaue Reiter - Le Paradis Funèbre II - L' Adieu Du Silence: Insanity and oblivion, battle for survival and search for illumination in the darkness of wasted soil and rotting human flesh. It's one of the darkest creations that can enthuse with such a prolific merging of cataclysmic melodies and pounding martial industrial marchs. Le Paradis Funèbre II - L' Adieu Du Silence is one almost unbereable vivid sonic maltreatment that holds such an unbeliveable beauty of musical expression of unworldy proportions, it's such a complete unity of many different styles thrown out of human hell with astounding elegance and pitch perfect sense for artistical creation. Read a review HERE. Links: Website, Facebook

Empyrium - The Turn Of The Tides: This is an emotional journey where the only limit is time. It's caressing, but at the same time it shows the other, unknown, merciless side of existence. Like forever trapped in a cycle of forever returning things, The Turn Of The Tides is a private matter of each listener, is a meditative journey, it's a subtle rediscovery of the eternal cosmic cycles inside every human, nature and above all that. The Turn Of The Tides is a collection of songs where natural ambiances and most deep feelings are set to music. Read a review HERE. Links: Website, Facebook

Friends Of Alice Ivy - The Golden Cage And Its Mirrored Maze: Slowly evolving, gently caressing songs, full of outstandings ambiances and beautiful heart-rending melodies, are all of them emotionaly charged and still nicely dark veiled. Each one of eight songs is very rich in texture, even if sometimes the sound is simple and minimalistic, but with vast assortment of instruments used it reaches kind of transcedental feeling. Friends Of Alice Ivy reached kind of a symbiosis between emotionaly charged melodies and intricate artistical details in their passive balladic approach to deliever their visions with those who unceasingly strive for something truly deep and audacious in music. Read a review HERE. Links: Website, Facebook

Laibach - Spectre: Being around for more than 30 years and still ongoing with strong idealism, imagery and striking force, Laibach is back with full power and on an exploratory mission to boldly go, where it hasn’t gone before. Spectre is another masterpiece in the band’s hall of fame and is, as the name already indicates, a spectre of various musical styles veiled in its trademark sound. This is Laibach – and you will be assimilated. Resistance is futile. Read a review HERE. Links: Website, Facebook

The Devil & The Universe - Haunted Summer: Drawing on spirit of free-thinking and transgression, Austrian musical project The Devil & The Universe has created its second full-length album: Haunted Summer. As has been customary since the release of the band's debut EP Evoking Eternity, magic and religion in themselves are at the back of the songwriting and John Carpenter's film scores also cast a long shadow over this new record. Haunted Summer holds the listener entranced from one fictional stage to another, due to its effective blend of ancient and modern, electronic and acoustic, computers and exotic instruments. Read a review HERE. Links: Website, Facebook