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Dark Music Awards 2015 - Preliminary Group 02

 

Preliminary round is over!  Final round starts on Wednesday 3rd February 2016!
Finalists from the Preliminary Group 2 are:

Moonspell - Extinct
Thurisaz - The Pulse Of Mourning

Enter the finals HERE!

Full results and distribution of votes will be visible when the final round ends, on Wednesday 17th February.

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Awards 2015 - Preliminary Group 2

Vote for your favourite album in Preliminary Group 2

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Thurisaz - The Pulse Of Mourning
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Moonspell - Extinct
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Killing Joke - Pylon
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Yen Pox - Between The Horizon And The Abyss
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Atrium Carceri - Metropolis
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Northaunt - Istid I-II
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A Forest Of Stars - Beware The Sword You Cannot See
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A Forest Of Stars - Beware The Sword You Cannot See:
Beware The Sword You Cannot See is
A Forest Of Stars by all means, but beside being just a logical continuation of 2012's A Shadowplay For Yesterdays it offers much more, it's more adventurous, more accessible, it's much more melodic and even catchier. The ambiances they create are at least to say beautifully unendurable, so vivid and dangerously psychotic.  [Review]


Atrium Carceri - Metropolis:
A stunning work of art that will leave a deep mark within the scene. With such compositions where the attention for details is essential, where subtle layers offer an otherworldy experience, yet everything is well produced and comes with a very nice artwork and just calls for many repetitions. Metropolis is a prime example how to make dark ambient music flowing and melodic, strenuous and adventurous, strong, lush and emotional, almost solemn in its very essence. [Review]


Killing Joke - Pylon:
Formed in 1978 and still in the top creative form! Pylon is the opus no. 16 for Killing Joke, it's stark industrial dark rock madness with bleak dystopian lyrics, as well as some visionary celebration... lots of black pain emotion.
Killing Joke are delivering one of the best and most relevant material of their career, with no mellowing or softening of the edges getting in the way.


Moonspell - Extinct:
Exactly twenty years after their first full length release, Wolfheart, the Portuguese quintet is back in black and they are on their prime. Extinct, is everything anyone who at least fancies Moonspell a bit would want and wish, as it not only portrays their immense talent and skilful musicianship, but also depicts just how much they have grown and learnt throughout the years. Extinct may revolve around dying and extinction, but Moonspell have never been as alive as they are. [Review]


Northaunt - Istid I-II:
Sounds of peacefully colliding synths, stirring dark atmospheres behind the moonlight haze, it's like being there, tasting it, seeing how the aurora borealis changes its shape and plays with light. Everything is left to the listeners imagination, observing the land awakening, unburdened innocent shimmering world, and then seeing the same one in the complete darkness. It's a beautiful world, peaceful, you must close your eyes and get overwhelmed by its duality. [Review]


Thurisaz - The Pulse Of Mourning:
The Pulse Of Mourning is nothing else but a rollercoaster of emotions, a professionally done album from each and every aspect. A huge dose of melancholy that is present all over in those beautifully arranged melodies makes most of the songs truly unforgettable, sometimes making your skin going goose bumps and leaves you breathless. Diversity, aggressivity and beauty are the key words of Thurisaz's fourth full-lenght album. [Review]


Yen Pox - Between The Horizon And The Abyss:
The long awaited follow-up to Blood Music has finally arrived after many years of waiting. Yen Pox present us with an devastatingly apocalyptic and haunting release in Between The Horizon And The Abyss. Rolling and crushingly intense drones mingle with a cinematic side full of cavernous darkness and industrial-tinged choirs fortelling the end-times. Yen Pox delivers another masterpiece of the dark ambient and industrial genres reminding us why they have been such and influential duo over the last two decades.

 

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