Halls Of Oblivion

Eighteen Hundred And Froze To Death

A place where melancholy, sorrow and despair unite to create a fictional musical building made of brutal riffs and heavy words. Enter the HALLS OF OBLIVION! The band from Southern Germany was formed in 2007 to channel the aggression and desperation of its members through blackened extreme metal tunes. After "Endtime Poetry", Sebastian Ruf (vocals, guitars), Marcel Welte (lead guitars), Markus Kristen (bass) and Max Beck (drums) open the gates again and allow their audience to enter the HALLS OF OBLIVION: "Eighteen Hundred And Froze To Death". After a more restrained introduction, 01_81443S 1175934E unloads in a black metal explosion, only to resend the listener into more atmospheric and acoustic fields towards the end before the versatile Dusk unfolds. Buried By The Blackest Sand oscillates between mid-tempo and frenzy while it offers atmospheric clean vocals in the middle. The mid-tempo based Red Snow shows more of the melodic death metal side of the band, but it still keeps its pitchbblack charisma. The sheer despair of In The Absence Of Light touches one immediately and doesnt let you go until the end. The closing Dawn seems like a farewell and a glimpse of hope at the same time

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CD - 1 disk
Release date
09-06-2023
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562849
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4262390830070
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TRACKS

Disk 1

1. 81443S, 1175934E
2. DUSK
3. BURIED BY THE BLACKEST SAND
4. THE SUMMER THAT NEVER WAS
5. RED SNOW
6. ETERNAL FROST
7. IN THE ABSCENCE OF LIGHT
8. INUNDATION
9. DAWN