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The Prophecy

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Studio Album, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Ashes (7:36)
2. The Killing Fields (8:37)
3. The Prophecy (9:25)
4. Dawn (8:09)
5. Blackened Desire (4:53)
6. Till Light Enshrouds (9:57)

Total Time 48:37

Line-up / Musicians

- Matt Lawson / Vocals
- Greg O'Shea / Guitar
- John Bennett / Drums
- Carl Fairhurst / Bass
- Katie Colbrook / Keyboards
- Christian Moore-Wainwright / guitars

Releases information

Full-length, Self financed release, 2003.

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4 stars The Prophecy's 'Ashes' is the first studio album by the British progressive doom band, and is probably their finest and most enjoyable release. This is a record I discovered entirely by accident when it was first released back in 2003 and it has since become a firm favourite of mine. In fact I ... (read more)

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