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Six Sides - Novembers Doom - Aphotic (CD, Album)

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  1. Aphotic Novembers Doom. Write your own review. Deeper Scars Than Any Wound Could Be - 90% There's more pure doom to be found on "Six Sides" and the intricate "Of Age And Origin" suite but I feel more and more each time I play this record that this is an album we all must come to and unfold on our own, Novembers Doom has always been open to.
  2. Novembers Doom 's eighth studio album takes its title from the darkest ocean depths: the region beyond the reach of all sunlight, otherwise known as the aphotic zone, and their fans therefore can't be blamed for mistaking this reference as a sign of newfound extremity.7/
  3. Chicago's NOVEMBERS DOOM has finished recording its eighth full-length album, "Aphotic", for a May 10 release via The End Records. The CD features special guests on several tracks: Anneke Van Gier.
  4. May 10,  · Aphotic is the eighth studio album by the heavy metal band Novembers Doom. It was released in on The End Records. The album has a more progressive metal feel to it than the band's standard 5/5(21).
  5. Label: Mazzar Records - MZR CD • Format: CD Album • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Death Metal, Heavy Metal Novembers Doom - Aphotic (, CD) | Discogs Explore4/5(3).
  6. May 10,  · The guitar sound on "Aphotic" is a lot more subdued than a typical Novembers Doom album, being more of a slow walk broken up by moments of intensity. For someone who doesn't like to be constantly pummeled with sound this could easily be a huge plus/5(14).
  7. Aphotic by Novembers Doom, released 01 February 1. The Dark Host 2. Harvest Scythe 3. Buried 4. What Could Have Been 5. Of Age And Origin - Part 1: A Violent Day 6. Of Age And Origin - Part 2: A Day Of Joy 7. Six Sides 8. Shadow Play.
  8. Aphotic is the eighth studio album by the heavy metal band Novembers Doom. It was released in on The End Records. The album has a more progressive metal feel to it than the band's standard death-doom sound.

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