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Dreadnought - Emergence



7.6 | 53 votes |
Release date: 10 May 2019
Style: Black metal, Avantgarde metal, Progressive metal

Owners:

32 have it
4 want it


01. Besieged
02. Still
03. Pestilent
04. Tempered
05. The Waking Realm

Line-up
Lauren Vieira - keyboards, vocals
Kelly Schilling - guitars, flute, vocals
Jordan Clancy - drums, saxophone, percussion
Kevin Handlon - bass

Additional info
Engineered and mixed by Andy Patterson (SUBROSA) and mastered by James Plotkin, "Emergence" features art and design by Mark Facey.

Staff review by
musclassia
Rating:
8.4
Earth, ether, water, and now fire. After contemplating the beyond on Bridging Realms and plunging into the depths on A Wake In Sacred Waves, how do Dreadnought sound when tackling Prometheus's gift?

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published 12.05.2019 | Comments (2)

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09.03.2019 - 09:30
LuciferOfGayness
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03.04.2020 - 18:20
Rating: 8
tintinb

A unique sound. Super juxtaposition of melodious vocals and shrieks. The lead vocalist's vocals are a bit haunting in the essence of chelsea wolfe.
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03.04.2020 - 19:01
Rating: 8
musclassia

Written by tintinb on 03.04.2020 at 18:20

A unique sound. Super juxtaposition of melodious vocals and shrieks. The lead vocalist's vocals are a bit haunting in the essence of chelsea wolfe.


Yeah they really have a sound that is easily discernable as their own. They released a standalone song after this album (I think it's called "It Took The Flood") that's worth checking out if you liked this
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04.04.2020 - 05:32
Rating: 8
tintinb

Written by musclassia on 03.04.2020 at 19:01

Written by tintinb on 03.04.2020 at 18:20

A unique sound. Super juxtaposition of melodious vocals and shrieks. The lead vocalist's vocals are a bit haunting in the essence of chelsea wolfe.


Yeah they really have a sound that is easily discernable as their own. They released a standalone song after this album (I think it's called "It Took The Flood") that's worth checking out if you liked this


Will surely do that, thanks for the recommendation.
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Leeches everywhere.
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