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Godless Beauty
Cemetary
Godless Beauty
Genres: Alternative Rock, Rock, Metal
 
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New 2000 Release from One of the Most Important Samba Groups from Rio De Janeiro. Includes 14 New Tracks.

      
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All Artists: Cemetary
Title: Godless Beauty
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Black Mark Germany
Original Release Date: 1/1/2006
Re-Release Date: 3/23/2006
Album Type: Import
Genres: Alternative Rock, Rock, Metal
Styles: Goth & Industrial, Death Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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New 2000 Release from One of the Most Important Samba Groups from Rio De Janeiro. Includes 14 New Tracks.

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Landmark release for Death Metal
thomas f carter jr | 01/12/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Truly a masterpiece. One of the very first bands to mix in 70's rock and melody with the death style. Very straight-forward death rock that is definitely worth checking out. Hunt for this classic. If you like old Paradise Lost or that style, you'll dig this."
Pure darkness
thomas f carter jr | hilton, new york United States | 02/25/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"by far cemetarys best cd each track from start to finish.such haunting lyrics with great somber riffs.music from the deepest realms of hell if you by one cd from this band make it godless."
An unsung classic you have never heard
Jeremy Whitman | Lafayette, Louisiana United States | 04/14/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Mathias Loldmalm had a vision that came to be with the release of Godless Beauty. It's predecessor, An Evil Shade Of Gray, was an immature journey into the fundamentals of melodic metal, but the inclusion of more traditional songwriting and Loldmalm's fantastic lead melodies brought the bar of doom/death metal higher than it's ever been.

We begin the album with an upbeat, more death metal oriented intro that quickly disperses into the haunting monstrosity of "The Serpent's Kiss." Album's should be judged by glimpses of brilliance that the respective artist has touched, and this release has three:

"By My Own Hand" feels almost sincere regarding lost loves and the enticing embrace of death. The lyrics here are dark, but beautiful and universal, while the chorus melody packs more emotion into one song than any musician could hope for. "Adrift In Scarlet Twilight" is graced by one of the greatest doom riffs ever concieved, both melodic rhythmically and driving for the hardcore metal fan. "Where the Fire Forever Burns" is the ultimate farwell, or epilogue, to any album. It begins low-key, only to climax with phenomenal lyrical passages and a incessant bombardment of melodies that will be etched in the listener's head for years to come.

I could never explain how much I have adored this album since I first heard it in '94, but I might as well say that it hasn't left arm's reach of my CD player since I purchased it. As a doom/death metal album, it is considered a semi-classic, but I consider it a masterpiece that nears perfection. It is mandatory."