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The Foreshadowing: Seven Heads Ten Horns

I've always had the same problem with The Foreshadowing, namely that I listen to them and think that it's Morrisey fronting a metal band and Seven Heads Ten Horns has done nothing to stop this rather odd feeling. I've equally found much of their work to be atmospheric yet unmemorable and again, this hasn't really changed on this new platter. I know for instance, that I have listen to the song "17" more than ten times but can't remember anything about it even though it was playing about thirty seconds ago.

I can certainly see merit in the album which was produced and recorded by The Foreshadowing at Outer Sound Studios and was mixed and mastered at Hertz Studio (Poland) by Slawek and Wojtek Wieslawski has the requisite gothic/doom-laden feel to it that should make it a winner but a number of the songs, especially the opening instrumental "Ishtar" don't go anywhere and as I said above just don't stick in the memory at all.

Track Listing:
1. Ishtar
2. Fall of Heroes
3. Two Horizons
4. New Babylon
5. Lost Soldiers
6. 17
7. Until We Fall
8. Martyrdom
9. Nimrod

Added: August 9th 2016
Reviewer: Simon Bray
Related Link: Band Facebook Page
Hits: 1353
Language: english

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