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Mourning Beloveth

Hailing from Kildare, Ireland, Mourning Beloveth had been created in 1992 by Darren Moore (vocals), Tim Johnson (drums), Brian Delany (bass), and Frank Brennan (guitar). The group takes on ominous doom metallic accented by melodic and atmospheric acoustic guitar function and vocals that alternative between deep growls and a soaring, Bruce Dickinson-style rock wail. The band’s 1st launch was an untitled demonstration, documented in eight hours in 1996, and in 1998 Mourning Beloveth released another demonstration, Autumnal Fires. In 2001 the group teamed up with maker Magz to record its epic full-length debut, Dirt, released on Sentinel. In 2002 they released The Sullen Sulcus on Aftermath, and quickly adopted it up the next year having a break up 7″ with Lunar Gate on Sentinel. In 2004 the music group authorized to Grau, and the next 12 months released A Murderous Circus. Mourning Beloveth released their 4th full-length album, AN ILLNESS for the Age groups, on Grau in 2008.

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