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Mourning Beloveth - Formless

Mourning Beloveth
by Daniel Silva at 25 March 2013, 9:19 AM

MOURNING BELOVETH is an Irish band that plays a sort of Doom with a few Death Metal influences throw into the mix, they having been in the active since 1992 and since then they have released four full-length albums with "Formless" being their fifth.

Like I said before this band plays Doom Metal with a few hints of Death every now and, then, especially on the vocals, unfortunately this is not the veins of Doom made famous by CANDLEMASS and SAINT VITUS but the kind that most people unfamiliar with this genre associate the name Doom Metal with, long, tedious and repetitive songs that go nowhere. This album is one hour and thirty minutes worth of sleep inducing music; I had to contain myself from slipping further into the songs just to see if they went somewhere or had a point to them.

On the up side, this album is highly recommended for people suffering from a chronic case of insomnia.

2 Star Rating

1. Theories of Old Bones
2. Ethics on the Precipice
3. Old Rope
4. Dead Channel
5. Nothing Has a Centre
6. Transmissions
Timmy Johnson - Drums
Frank Brennan - Guitars, Vocals (clean)
Darren Moore - Vocals
Brendan Roache - Bass
Pauric Gallagher -  Guitars
Record Label: Grau Records


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