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Dark Music Awards 2014 - Preliminary Group 06


Finalists from the Preliminary Group 6 are: Devilment - The Great And Secret Show and L'Âme Immortelle - Drahtseilakt

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Awards 2014 - Preliminary Group 6

Vote for your favourite album in Preliminary Group 6

Aenaon - Extance
Crematory - Antiserum
Devilment - The Great And Secret Show
L'Âme Immortelle - Drahtseilakt
RxGF - Any Other Way
The Spiritual Bat - Mosaic
Tying Tiffany - Drop
The vote is already over! It ended on Saturday, 31.January 2015 (00:00).

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Check out also other preliminary groups: Group 1, Group 2, Group 3, Group 4, Group 5, Group 7, Group 8, Group 9, Group 10, Group 11, Write In Vote

Aenaon - Extance: Extance is avant-garde at its finest. Aenaon's unique fusion of black metal with classical jazz and bluesy touch is simply remarkable. Inside this genre, that allows so much, but needs precision and focus, Extance is everything you could wish for. Bands debut Cendres Et Sag, is probably bursting with pride, for having such a strong, melodic and spectacular successor. Pushing the sound to its limits and veiling black metal in such highly enjoyable classic colours is more than worth checking out. Read a review HERE. Links: Website, Facebook

Crematory - Antiserum: What a great comeback for Crematory and certainly the band must be credited for their very bold approach, not only that they kept all the best elements from the past, they've implemented them with this EBM venture which brings an exciting groove to every track up here. Not to mention one hell of an impeccable production that in my opinion couldn't be better. It's a homogenous and very appealing album. Antiserum is after all a metal album by all means, but it has a twist that works in bands favour. Read a review HERE. Links: Website, Facebook

Devilment - The Great And Secret Show: Devilments debut album is probably one of the best horror tinged metal albums that were released recently. The Great And Secret Show fronts the persona of Dani Filth (Cradle Of Filth) as central base in this palette of macabre sounds and it's Dani's merit that the sound reaches kind of a theatrical feeling, dramatic suspense, erotic imagination and gruesome gothy atmosphere, whilst the instruments give an extraordinary support. Read a review HERE. Links: Facebook

L'Âme Immortelle - Drahtseilakt: New album, old concept. After swaying into more stripped-down music for the last couple of albums, the Austrian duo L'Âme Immortelle returned to their roots, resulting in an album full of electronic-driven compositions, with their signature melancholic touch. Pounding dance beats and sensitive melodies on Drahtseilakt will surely be fancied amongst the fans. Links: Website, Facebook

RxGF - Any Other Way: A new beginning for the band, it's also the first album featuring their new vocalist Angeline Schaaf, who's contribution in here makes wonders. Any Other Way is an album full of contrasts, it holds a perfect combination of groovy melodies, emotional outpours, ethereal ambiances, rocking energy, pop simplicity, bumping electronic samples and still everything wrapped in a kind of dark veil. Any Other Way is by all means a modern and complex, yet strong and nicely stylized piece of art. Read a review HERE. Links: Website, Facebook

The Spiritual Bat - Mosaic: Without losing sight of the current goth picture, The Spiritual Bat sounds delightfully old-school mirrored and, at the same time, they manage to infuse the free-for-all lo-fi realm with a refreshing breath of air. The Italians have lived up again their deathrock lineage with the release of Mosaic - third full-length studio album to date - which additionally has been pervaded with a pinch of occult rock magic. Mosaic gives a clear statement of how to remap the Goth genoma without compromising its original DNA. Read a review HERE. Links: Facebook

Tying Tiffany - Drop: Italian artist Tying Tiffany is back with her irresistible blend of dreamy post-punk, erotic industrial and electronic music rooted in ethos of DIY and experimentations in the visual and performance arts. Drop is nothing else but a fascinating journey through the most sensual fields od dream-pop, yet full of buzzing synths finds inspiration in an eclectic mix of 90s electronica, chill wave and even in acid house. Links: Website, Facebook