Employed To Serve - The Warmth Of A Dying Sun album flac
- Album: The Warmth Of A Dying Sun
- FLAC: 1454 mb | MP3: 1393 mb
- Released: 2017
- Style: Metalcore, Hardcore
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 476
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Record/Vinyl + Digital Album. Limited to 170 Includes unlimited streaming of The Warmth Of A Dying Sun via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album. Includes unlimited streaming of The Warmth Of A Dying Sun via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Sold Out. Bronze LP (1st pressing) (HRR183V). Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
Not On Label (Employed To Serve Self-released). The Warmth Of A Dying Sun (CD, Album).
Genre Atmospheric Black Metal Atmospheric Death Metal Avant-Garde Black Metal Avant-Garde Death Metal Beatdown Deathcore Beatdown Hardcore Black Metal Blackened Death Metal Blackened Deathcore Blasting Brutal Death Metal Brutal Death Metal Brutal Deathcore Brutal Deathgrind Coprogrind Crossover Thrash Metal Crust Punk Cybergrind Death Metal Death-n-Roll Deathcore Deathgrind Depressive Suicidal Black Metal Djent Doom Metal Doom-Death Metal Downtempo Downtempo. I Spend My Days (Wishing Them Away) 06. Never Falls Far 07. The Warmth Of A Dying Sun 08. Church Of Mirrors 09. Half Life 10. Apple Tree.
In - the - back of my mind I - know that I’m in - The - warmth - of A - dying sun. I found solace in Anything that I could Distract my mind From This impending failure. You brought me to this earth But you can’t Expect me to follow you. I will not be forced To be miserable Even if happiness Is temporary. I accept my fate And I’ll smile through the worst. The world is losing light And there’s nothing left to borrow I was promised so much But all that is left Are these bones and false gold Bones and false gold. I found something sacred
Erscheinungsdatum 19 Mai 2017. Labels Holy Roar Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen3. 3. Platform 89. 4. Lethargy. 5. I Spend My Days (Wishing Them Away). 6. Never Falls Far. 7. The Warmth of a Dying Sun. 8. Church of Mirrors. Anderen Alben von Employed To Serve.
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The latest LP from Employed To Serve will break you in half, and you will enjoy the fleeting, transient moment of your own destruction. And much like recent releases from their UK peers in Renounced and xRepentancex, ‘The Warmth of a Dying Sun’ furthers this style by adding a distinctive, late-90s flavour to its tectonic metalcore rhythms. It’s certainly an explosive mix and one that has more in common with legendary genre purveyors like Coalesce and Converge, than the style’s current mainstays such as Memphis May Fire or While She Sleeps. Now, as cliché as it may be to say that a band is a ‘melting pot’ of influences, Employed To Serve exemplify this truism better than most.
Her shrieks echo across Employed to Serve’s sophomore album with fierce conviction, moreover, they reinforce the intense instrumentation that her bandmates establish. The general concepts behind the songs on The Warmth of a Dying Sun convey mental health issues. Arguably, Hardcore is a go-to genre for expressing these kinds of concepts as the dynamic abrasiveness allows bands to freely express a sonic representation of the conflicting emotions someone may feel more than other, one-directional genres, such as thrash or doom, could hope to achieve.
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