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Death.FM - Aesma Daeva - Dawn Of The New Athens
Album Information
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Album Dawn Of The New Athens
Artist Aesma Daeva
Year 2007
Genre Symphonic Metal/Darkwave
Rating
Contributor Katahl


Request Buy # Track Listing Length Played
No Link 01 Tisza's Child
Aesma Daeva
6:35 5
No Link 02 The Bluish Shade
Aesma Daeva
5:14 5
No Link 03 Artemis
Aesma Daeva
6:20 5
No Link 04 Hymn To The Sun
Aesma Daeva
4:18 5
No Link 05 D'Oreste D'Adjace
Aesma Daeva
3:24 5
No Link 06 The Camp Of Souls
Aesma Daeva
5:36 5
No Link 07 Ancient Verses
Aesma Daeva
4:30 5
No Link 08 Since The Machine
Aesma Daeva
6:50 5
No Link 09 The Loon
Aesma Daeva
6:31 5

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1 review done for this album.


Doom Metal goes to the opera
By: Katahl
Date: 7 Aug 2022
Rating:
This album will be hated by the majority here because of the female vocals, and it is very slow and doomy for the most part. But there's some really good song writing and musicianship going on here, and the vocalist (Lori Lewis) has an incredible voice.

I love this album and it's mostly because I got to see them live back in 2007 in San Francisco when they opened for Therion. It was the first show of the tour so both bands were very excited and full of energy. I was lucky enough to make it to the front and I know no one will ever believe me but I swear, while headbanging to "Hymn To The Sun" I looked up and Lori Lewis was looking right at me and she gave me gave this nod like, "Yeah, you like this shit don't you?" True story.

Therion went on after (with Lori Lewis) and killed it of course, and I bought this album on the way out the door and it quickly became one of my favorites. It may not be the heaviest album ever or have grunty vocals, but between the dark nature of the album and the awesome guitar work, it's fucking metal enough to be here \m/



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