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Coram Lethe is progressive death metal band from Italy started in 1999 by Mirco Borghini (vocals) Leonardo Fusi (guitars) and was later joined by, Giacomo Occhipinti (bass) and Francesco Miatto (drums). After playing several live shows they headed to the studio to record their self-produced debut album entitled Reminiscence. The album was well received by critics from several metal magazines and in a matter of time the album was sold out. Subsequently, the band focused more on playing live shows through different parts of Italy. Afterwards they decided it was time to start writing new material and in December 2001 they signed a pre-contract with Negatron Records in order to help promote and distribute their material better. All of this took time and there after held the production of the new material and therefore the band decided to separate from their label. After these events, problems within the band members almost made the band cease, but instead they opted to work their issues and came out of it to work on new material. They entered the studio between July 2003 and February 2004 and came up with a 10 song album and shortly thereafter, the band is joined by Francesco Bargagni on second guitar and therefore completing the lineup.

In March 2004 the band signed with British Label Rage of Achilles but the partnership ended after a few months due to internal problems within the label. Later in September of the same year they signed with Rising Realm Records and in February 2005 they released their second full length entitled The Gates of Oblivion. As soon as their album was released they started organizing across Italy and Europe to promote it and work on new material at the same time. During this period in 2006 the band suffered the loss of second guitarist Francesco Bargagni but was replaced by Filippo Occhipinti and to make matters even worst founding member and vocalist Mirco Borghini decided to leave the band. With strong devotion by the remaining members by the end of 2006 the band was joined by Erica Puddu as vocalist and Federico Stiaccini on bass as a session musician. With its new lineup the band has already began working on new material for their upcoming album.

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3.00 | 2 ratings

Coram Lethe Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

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3 stars "Reminiscence" is the debut full-length studio album by Italian death/thrash metal act Coram Lethe. The album is a self-released affair from 2000. "Reminiscence" contains only 7 tracks and one of them is a short intro. With a total playing time of 34:26 minutes this is a short but relatively successful introduction to Coram Lethe.

The music on the album is death/thrash with a technical/progressive approach. The musicians are generally very well playing and the songwriting is decent. A band like Death or maybe the fellow countrymen in Sadist could be mentioned as influences, but ultimately the band have their own sound. Im not completely blown away by the songs on the album, which I think are lacking a bit of character and standout moments, but they are not bad by any means. "Reminiscence" is overall a solid and consistent release.

Considering the fact that "Reminiscence" is a self-released album, Im actually pleasantly surprised about the generally good quality production, strong musicianship, and solid songwriting, and Id say a 3 star (60%) rating is warranted.

Thanks to burritounit for the artist addition.

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