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ELEHIA

Obiymy Doschu

 

Crossover Prog

3.97 | 11 ratings

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Windhawk
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4 stars Ukranian band OBIYMY DOSCHY was formed in 2004, with Kiev as their base of operations. Their first full-length production, "Elehia," was initially issued in 2009, and one year later the two-track single "Svitanok" appeared. In late spring of 2011 the band signed to the Russian label MALS Records, which reissued their initial album for an international audience, with the title track from the 2010 single added as a bonus feature.

If you can imagine dark, melancholic music that utilizes details from classical and folk music to flavor a blend of acoustic rock and doom metal within a framework set inside the art rock universe, then you're pretty close to what Obiymy Doschu is all about ? not too far away from a band like Nightwish. If stripped of all their melodramatic elements that is, operatic vocals included, replaced by an approach more subtle and refined with subtle folk music elements added to the arrangements. If any of these descriptions sound compelling, the 2009 version of this production is legally available as a free download from Obiymy Doschu's homepage. Just in case this might be of interest to some of our valued readers.

Windhawk | 4/5 |

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