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Awards 2012 - Preliminary Group 4 - Results!

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Results from Preliminary Group 4:

1. The Foreshadowing - Second World                             38 votes
2. Katatonia - Dead End Kings                                             33 votes
3. Paradise Lost - Tragic Idol                                               32 votes
4. The Gathering - Disclosure                                               25 votes
5. Forgotten Tomb - ...And Don't Deliver Us From Evil... 13 votes
6. Atoma - Skylight                                                                 12 votes

Atoma - Skylight: Once you dive into the atmospheric soundscapes that Atoma produced on Skylight  it's very difficult not to be amazed and taken somewhere out of this time and space. Post metal as it should be, don't miss this one. Link: Website


Forgotten Tomb - ...And Don't Deliver Us From Evil...: Nihilistic, dark, adventurous and heavy. …And Don’t Deliver Us From Evil… is an album that amazes with its desperation and rawness, it's also expressed through very vivid and sincere lines. Black & Roll...? Exactly! Read a review HERE. Link: Website


Katatonia - Dead End Kings: Katatonia are back with their ninth studio album. When the time comes for these masters of melancholic rock or metal sounds every fan of theirs is expecting a masterpiece and Katatonia don't disappoint, never. Read a review HERE. Link: Website


Paradise Lost - Tragic Idol: Not only that they are originators of the genre called gothic metal, they are also settling the normatives of it. One of the most influential bands, with Tragic Idol only shows once more all their greatness. Read a review HERE. Link: Website


The Foreshadowing - Second World: The Foreshadowing have been learning from masters of gothic doom till now, but now it's time that masters should learn from them or better said, they have already became one of the elite. Anything else to be said? I don't think so. Read a review HERE. Link: Website


The Gathering - Disclosure: The sounds of Disclosure varies from Mandylion through How To Measure A Planet? to Souvenirs, alternative rock and gothic rock and yet remains fresh, a new step in The Gathering’s evolution. Great atmospheric artwork to grab and hold onto. Read a review HERE. Link: Website


Check out the results in other preliminary groups: Group 1, Group 2, Group 3, Group 5,  Group 6