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Doomsword

Italian rock bands have a tendency to be considered a bit dramatic and overblown (to place it mildly), with leading examples such as for example Rhapsody and Labyrinth going after the symphonic, operatic, or at least progressive ends from the compositional spectrum; therefore the fairly unadorned doom metallic championed from the aptly called Doomsword sounds remarkably refreshing. To be certain, their albums (including a self-titled debut from 1999, 2002’s Resound the Horn, and 2003’s Allow Fight Commence) still consist of ambitious lyrical styles coping with both historic background and mythology, but vocalist, guitarist, and guiding pressure Deathmaster offers generally resisted a lot of his countrymen’s excesses through the entire band’s profession and ever-revolving regular membership.

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