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GLORIFICATION OF PAIN

Valborg

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal


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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Whispers Of The Wizard 3:44
2. Epic Journey 4:33
3. When Dusk Begins To Fall 2:20
4. Eerie And Old 4:08
5. Rain In The Forest 3:50
6. Chains Of Frost 4:58
7. Occult Fog 8:03
8. Celestial Opening 1:49
9. Imperial Pandemonium 4:18

Total Time 37:43

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Line-up / Musicians

- Christian Kolf / Guitars, Vocals
- Florian Toyka / Drums
- Jan Buckard / Bass, Vocals

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Vendlus Records

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COLLABORATOR Post/Math Rock Team
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4 stars Valborg are a death doom band that features progressive elements, ones that lead to a unique and solid take on their sub-genre. In their interpretation of death doom, they variously switch from playing a thick take on death, a loud take on doom, or even playing one and then changing to another within a single track. The last of these reminds me of the constant tempo and time signature changes of math rock, and one might go as calling them math doom, since these changes are much more spaced out and slow coming as one would expect of doom. That plus the vocals and the intricates of their music clearly lean doom more than death. In the end, "Glorification of Pain" works out to be a great album that showcases the band's style wonderfully and, to some, to an extent epic. Unique and recommended.

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