00:42 - flightoficarus86 It really is. Slip is fucking amazing. I did not even know about them until maybe 5 years ago. As much as I love Helmet, I feel like they overshadowed a group that deserved more attention.
00:39 - Joe Zombie Icarus, Quicksand is awesome. One of the first post-hardcore bands I was introduced to. Shame they only put out two albums.
00:34 - flightoficarus86 It may very well get there. Fear, you're 24...time to grow up.
00:32 - Zaphod Well, I only did it for people that truly annoyed me because they kept posting the same bullshit day after day.
00:30 - flightoficarus86 Part of me finds it amusing. It's like Fear in particular is just compelled to comment on everything I say. It's like that kid in high school who cracked jokes every time the smart kid made a contribution to class.
00:27 - Zaphod You can put people on an ignore list. I do it quite often, but there always comes a moment where I can't follow a conversation because I'm missing something that was said by an ignored user.
01. Angels Also Die...(Intro) 02. Since I Fell... 03. The Sinner 04. Funeral Time 05. Night Of A Succubus 06. Close To Katatonia 07. Bless Me Bleeding Angels 08. The Secret Of The Woods 09. Before The Gods 10. Feeding The Angel 11. My Tears 12. Meus Altius Pater Noster
Hailing from Samara Russia, Wine From Tears debuted their first album Through The Eyes of a Mad (a mad what? I have no clue…) back in 2009 via Bad Mood Man Music.
After the intro concluded, I knew immediately what I was in for, and I wasn't disappointed. I have to admit, I'm a huge sucker for this sound. Wine From Tears plays a melodic death/doom metal with a melancholic mood that never lets up (think early Katatonia, early Paradise Lost, Saturnus, Officium Triste, etc). The melodic riffs are the main event here, but they are interspersed with some heavier crunchy sounding riffs as well. Occasionally the tempo picks up and things start to sound more aggressive, although this never seems to draw away from that melancholic mood. I really like the keyboards too, because they don't overshadow the melodic guitar riffs. Instead they supplement them nicely. The bass and drums don't really stick out, and they aren't really anything special. The vocals are mostly well done growls with a few clean vocals thrown into the mix (there are even female vocals on "Feeding the Angel").