Buy for
(4 items)

Release date: 25 September 2001
Style: Symphonic gothic metal


8.3 | 287 votes


366 have it
17 want it

01. The Shining Path
02. Wormwood
03. Tender Trip On Earth
04. Lost
05. Deadlocked
06. Selling Out
07. Hatred Grows
08. World Of Glass
09. Crushed Dreams
10. The Modern End [Seigmen cover] [bonus]

Reviews (2)
Lyrics (10)

Staff review by

Third effort of one of the best gothic bands of Norway, with Mortem Veland gone, the questions popped out... Is it as good as Beyond The Veil? Is the band is taking a new direction?Electronic elements will take over as they did with Theatre Of Tragedy and Paradise Lost?
Well, I'm gladly to say that yes, no and no! Yes is a very good album! (I don't know if better than Beyond The Veil though...]. No, the black/gothic/dark sound is still there! And NO there aren't any electronic elements present! .

published 16.02.2004 | Comments (10)

Staff review by

What is gothic metal today? Is gothic a good female voice togheter with a male growling? Trisiania thinks so. Now at their third full-lenghth album (without considering the debut EP "Tristania") we can immediatly notice that they slightly changed their style: the artwork indeed transmits us (???) the sensation of a cold World Of Glass, but it has changed from the usual Gothic atmospheres.

published 12.06.2007 | Comments (10)

Found in 9 lists
Top lists

Zmaj Ognjeni Vuk Like Women In Your Metal? Zmaj's Choice Of 20 Female Fronted Albums  | #17
Angel_Lament Top Symphonic/Atmospheric Albums  | #28
in the mist My Top 100 Metal Albums EVER  | #55
LascaillesShroud Top 100 Albums (No Repeating Bands)  | #92
Epictemptation Favorite Albums Of All Time!(Mine Not Yours)(So Far...)  | #15
Enemy of Reality Best Albums Of 2001  | #19
Gnomyst Songs For Your Metal Party  | #29
Chaosweaver My Top Albums Of 2001  | #24
More lists with this album (9) | Create a list! ››

Post comments

Login or register to post here.

Hits total: 5587 | This month: 107