Meadows End - The Sufferwell

7.6 | 12 votes |
Release date: 13 June 2014
Style: Melodic death metal, Symphonic death metal


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01. Kings Of Greed
02. Trench Of Souls
03. Ur Askan
04. Devilspeed Loathekill
05. Reap
06. Under A Canopy Of Stars
07. Hung In Gallows By Dawn
08. This Coming Nightfall
09. Funeral Of A Porcelain Doll
10. Masses Flee
11. Insurrection

Johan "The Brute" Brandberg - vocals
Robin Mattsson - keyboards
Rikard Öqvist - guitars
Jan Dahlberg - guitars
Daniel Tiger - drums
Mats Helli - bass

Additional info
Cover art by Fredrik Burholm.
Mixed and mastered by Oscar Nilsson at Crehate Studios, Gothenburg.

Staff review by
Sweden's long running Meadows End manage a considerable feat for melodic death metal with their latest album The Sufferwell, their second full-length effort. It manages to fit symphony to death metal in such a way that it never comes across as grandiose or oversaturated. It's a well written exercise in powerfully swelling melodies.

published 12.06.2014 | Comments (6)


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13.06.2019 - 13:51
Rating: 8
IMHO this album is excellent, it's more powerful then earlier albums, the vocals are really good, and the combination of symphony and death metal just adds to the style.
Also what i like a lot about this album is the variation between songs, as its fatiguing when all songs sound all to similar isn't ?
The song "Under a Canopy of Stars" not only is beautiful, but somewhat serves as an interlude, like a short while to take a breath and then keep pounding the ears mercilessly after it.

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