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Dawn of Winter

After forming in 1990, Ludwigsburg, Germany’s Dawn of Wintertime toiled in obscurity for some from the ensuing decade, issuing demo after demo and a 1993 EP, rather aptly named Celebrate the Agony, where vocalist Gerrit Philipp Mutz, guitarist Jörg Michael Knittel, bassist Joachim Schmalzried, and drummer Oliver C. Schramm shown their allegiance with melodically willing doom rings like Candlemass, Solitude Aeturnus, and Solstice. Nonetheless it wasn’t until 1998 the fact that group (today offering drummer Dennis Schediwy) released its initial full-length, In the Valley of Tears, through Knittel’s very own Iron Glory Information, only to continue indefinite hiatus when Mutz and Knittel became associated with power steel rings Tragedy Divine and Sacred Metal. And even though they continuing to dabble in doom with Dawn of Wintertime via 2001’s Decrease Is the Struggling EP and 2003’s Doomcult Functionality demos compilation, it wasn’t until half of a decade afterwards that they discovered time for you to record another official studio record under the proceeding of The Tranquil Dead. This is released by Massacre Information in European countries and Darkness Kingdom in the brand new World.

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