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Dark Music Awards 2014 - Preliminary Group 10


Finalists from the Preliminary Group 10 are: Noctiferia - Pax and Saigon Blue Rain - What I Don't See

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Awards 2014 - Preliminary Group 10

Vote for your favourite album in Preliminary Group 10

Neuro-Sentence - The Shores Of Anhedonia
Noctiferia - Pax
Powerotik - Violent Murders
Saigon Blue Rain - What I Don't See
Sopor Aeternus & The Ensemble Of Shadows - Mitternacht - The Dark Night Of The Soul
The Great Old Ones - Tekeli-Li
Woods Of Desolation - As The Stars
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Check out also other preliminary groups: Group 1, Group 2, Group 3, Group 4, Group 5, Group 6, Group 7, Group 8, Group 9, Group 11, Write In Vote

Neuro-Sentence - The Shores Of Anhedonia: The band which was formed in 2009 shows on The Shores Of Anhedonia a very intriguing mix of everything that is goth and electro/industrial/EBM sounds, they call it "necro-electro". Neuro-Sentence did an album that is an unit of some of the most sinister goth sounds and is by all means a good one. Respectfully this duo didn't try to make music for "mainstream gothsters", but kept it genuine and undergroundish. Ten tracks on this album show a mature compositional process and a band that understands the word "dark". Read a review HERE. Links: Facebook

Noctiferia - Pax: The leading Slovenian metal ensemble is back with a new album that shows nothing but a perfection in extreme industrial metal. Thematically it's based on their view of ancient Roman concept "Pax Romana" - reaching the peace with power. A turbulent, yet dark and murderous mix of many different elements explode in front of you in such an obtrusive manner that is hard to get confortable. Sometimes Pax is chaotic, but one hell of absolutely intriguing piece of modern extremity. Links: Website, Facebook

Powerotik - Violent Murders: The sensation of Violent Murders is emerging from its rich sound mixtures: it consist of so many different layers, that all blend in into a very tasteful sonic odyssey. And when the party starts, with the title track "Violent Murders", you’ll be surprised just how much diversity this album holds: the sole simplicity of industrial metal is enriched on so many levels; as it is sometimes veiled in pure jet-black darkness and on the other hand delivers some crazy whiplashing moments. Read a review HERE. Links: Facebook

Saigon Blue Rain - What I Don't See: Saigon Blue Rain, formerly known as Stupid Bitch Reject, with their debut album shows a luxurious, sensitive and in a way one of the most elaborated ethereal/darkwave outputs released lately. What I Don't See is an ode to all things immaterial and imperceptible, it's an introspective work for all who dance in the solitude of their minds. Their strongest points are Ophelia's angelic voice, dreamy melodies, strong vibrant reverberate bass lines and occasional 80s inspired guitar passages. Read a review HERE. Links: Facebook

Sopor Aeternus & The Ensemble Of Shadows - Mitternacht - The Dark Night Of The Soul: The clock stroke Mitternacht (English: midnight) and the queen of sorrow, enigmatic and spiritual visible ghost Anna-Varney Cantodea and her shadows woke up from eternal sleep and presented the 12th full length studio release by the always mournful Sopor Aeternus & The Enseble Of Shadows. Mitternacht is telling the story of grief, pain and death, which travels slowly and anxiously into light, hope and life. The symbiosis between delivered melodies and her darkish, twisted, sometimes wicked and at other occasions playful vocal work is impeccable and blends together in a perfect equilibrium. Read a review HERE. Links: Website, Facebook

The Great Old Ones - Tekeli-Li: Tekeli-Li is dark and extreme; incorporating bone crushing guitar riffs, fast drumming and wretched vocals, accompanied by some spoken words and embraced with slower-paced, serene and hypnotizing moments, with just the right pinch of melodic aspects. Just imagine a horror film, building its suspense slowly, striking your nerves and freezing your blood, making you anxious, while you wait for the beast to strike and go on a rampage. Read a review HERE. Links: Website, Facebook

Woods Of Desolation - As The Stars: Atmospheric post-black metal extravaganza is what Australian act Woods Of Desolation delievers with each album. On this 3rd album continues the musical direction which has begun on Toward The Depths and refined on the very successful Torn Beyond Reason - haunting, melodic and intense depressive black metal, delving further into melancholy and the essence of personal expression through music. Links: Facebook