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Release date: 2008
Style: Progressive metal

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01. Stars Almost Drown
02. Once Summer
03. Release
04. Then And Again
05. Wither
06. Anatomy Of Melancholy
07. Epiphany
08. The Provenance Of Clouds

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!J.O.O.E.! - 02.07.2010 at 22:21  
Rating: 7 Exceptional doom. Finally listening to this after a year of not doing so.
Ozman - 03.07.2010 at 18:18  
 
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 02.07.2010 at 22:21

Exceptional doom. Finally listening to this after a year of not doing so.



I really love this one as well.
Saw them live at Doom Shall Rise 2009 and there they were even better than on album.
Will be seeing them again at Dutch Doom Days 2010 in the first weekend of November in Rotterdam
!J.O.O.E.! - 03.07.2010 at 18:24  
Rating: 7
Written by Ozman on 03.07.2010 at 18:18

Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 02.07.2010 at 22:21

Exceptional doom. Finally listening to this after a year of not doing so.



I really love this one as well.
Saw them live at Doom Shall Rise 2009 and there they were even better than on album.
Will be seeing them again at Dutch Doom Days 2010 in the first weekend of November in Rotterdam

Nice ;] it's one of the albums I kinda wish everyone else knew about given its quality. Is their other stuff as good? I accidentally rated the self titled thinking it was this one. Haven't actually heard it.
Ozman - 03.07.2010 at 18:30  
 
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 03.07.2010 at 18:24

Written by Ozman on 03.07.2010 at 18:18

Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 02.07.2010 at 22:21

Exceptional doom. Finally listening to this after a year of not doing so.



I really love this one as well.
Saw them live at Doom Shall Rise 2009 and there they were even better than on album.
Will be seeing them again at Dutch Doom Days 2010 in the first weekend of November in Rotterdam

Nice ;] it's one of the albums I kinda wish everyone else knew about given its quality. Is their other stuff as good? I accidentally rated the self titled thinking it was this one. Haven't actually heard it.


The self-titled is the orignal recording which was never released at the time cause it sounds shit. It was orignally released as Salvation's Answer all the way back and that one is just superior to the self-titled.
All their releases come quite close in quality.
Although I put Release in my top 50 of the Naughties it could also easily have been 2009's For the Sake of No One Full
...Yet So Far is a bit weird compared to the rest of their discography cause the only actual Revelation member in that one is only Steve Branagan. The vocals there are done by Dennis Cornelius of Memory Driven, PLace Of Skulls and the bass was handled there by a very young Jim Hunter of Lord Vicar, October 31, Twisted Tower Dire, While Heaven Wept.
But it is still a above average album
!J.O.O.E.! - 03.07.2010 at 19:17  
Rating: 7
Written by Ozman on 03.07.2010 at 18:30

The self-titled is the orignal recording which was never released at the time cause it sounds shit. It was orignally released as Salvation's Answer all the way back and that one is just superior to the self-titled.
All their releases come quite close in quality.
Although I put Release in my top 50 of the Naughties it could also easily have been 2009's For the Sake of No One Full
...Yet So Far is a bit weird compared to the rest of their discography cause the only actual Revelation member in that one is only Steve Branagan. The vocals there are done by Dennis Cornelius of Memory Driven, PLace Of Skulls and the bass was handled there by a very young Jim Hunter of Lord Vicar, October 31, Twisted Tower Dire, While Heaven Wept.
But it is still a above average album

Ah ok, in that case I'll definitely make a point of checking out For the Sake of No One. Anything near the quality of Release is always welcome. Cheers for the info ;]
Ozman - 03.07.2010 at 19:32  
 
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 03.07.2010 at 19:17

Written by Ozman on 03.07.2010 at 18:30

The self-titled is the orignal recording which was never released at the time cause it sounds shit. It was orignally released as Salvation's Answer all the way back and that one is just superior to the self-titled.
All their releases come quite close in quality.
Although I put Release in my top 50 of the Naughties it could also easily have been 2009's For the Sake of No One Full
...Yet So Far is a bit weird compared to the rest of their discography cause the only actual Revelation member in that one is only Steve Branagan. The vocals there are done by Dennis Cornelius of Memory Driven, PLace Of Skulls and the bass was handled there by a very young Jim Hunter of Lord Vicar, October 31, Twisted Tower Dire, While Heaven Wept.
But it is still a above average album

Ah ok, in that case I'll definitely make a point of checking out For the Sake of No One. Anything near the quality of Release is always welcome. Cheers for the info ;]



Btw I deleted your self-titled vote, since you said you hadn't heard it and had mistaken it for Release.
!J.O.O.E.! - 03.07.2010 at 19:36  
Rating: 7
Written by Ozman on 03.07.2010 at 19:32

Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 03.07.2010 at 19:17

Written by Ozman on 03.07.2010 at 18:30

The self-titled is the orignal recording which was never released at the time cause it sounds shit. It was orignally released as Salvation's Answer all the way back and that one is just superior to the self-titled.
All their releases come quite close in quality.
Although I put Release in my top 50 of the Naughties it could also easily have been 2009's For the Sake of No One Full
...Yet So Far is a bit weird compared to the rest of their discography cause the only actual Revelation member in that one is only Steve Branagan. The vocals there are done by Dennis Cornelius of Memory Driven, PLace Of Skulls and the bass was handled there by a very young Jim Hunter of Lord Vicar, October 31, Twisted Tower Dire, While Heaven Wept.
But it is still a above average album

Ah ok, in that case I'll definitely make a point of checking out For the Sake of No One. Anything near the quality of Release is always welcome. Cheers for the info ;]



Btw I deleted your self-titled vote, since you said you hadn't heard it and had mistaken it for Release.

Cheers, that would bugged me every time I saw it =]
JD - 20.03.2012 at 14:39  
Rating: 9 I will definitely check their other releases, because this one is incredible.

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