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SOMBER SERENITY
SOMBER SERENITY
Singular
(Medusa Productions)
61:37min

Sadness, depression, melancholy... if that's the type of mood you musically feel most comfortable in, you definitely should check out SOMBER SERENITY's debut full length album "Singular". This four piece from the southern part of Germany has been active since 1995 already and released a couple of demos previously, but - apart from a bunch of compilation contributions - never really made it on record until now. A flyer labels them as "Epic Dark Metal" which is indeed really what they're all about. Influences from the Gothic and Doom Metal scene are obvious as well... Most parts of their often quite long songs come up with clean vocals, but every once in a while the moody atmosphere gets interrupted by Black or Death Metal style aggression, which I personally enjoyed the most, for obvious reasons...;-) All in all the entire material on "Singular" is not exactly my personal cup of coffee, but lovers of the aforementioned genres might as well check them out as there's quite a lot of diversity on offer throughout the approx. one hour playing time. For further info check out SOMBER SERENITY's website at: www.ofdarkness.de

Frank Stöver

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