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The Harrowing Of Hell
Side Sorrow Side Doom
- Gethsemani 2:44 1. Returnal Etern 10:50
- Psalm 139 a 4:43 2. You Have Been Warned 5:43
- The Stream Of Forgetfulness 6:38 3. Paranoid 4:05
- Psalm 139 b 6:22 (originally by Black Sabbath)
total playing time: 40:54
Band: Pÿlon Label: Quam Libet Records
Title: The Harrowing Of Hell E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Style: Doom metal Cat.no.: QLR-471208-1
Vocals: clean, melodic EAN: 642738912028
Rel.: 10 August 2012 Format: LP (gatefold)
Switzerland: Non Stop Music www.nonstopmusic.ch email@example.com
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Matt Brand: lead vocals, guitar
Jan Thomas: bass, keyboards
Andy La Morte: guitar
Andrea J.C. Tinner: drums
Ian Arkley (Seventh Angel, My Silent Wake): solo guitar on Psalm 139 b, You Have Been Warned
Jordan Cutajar (Nomad Son): lead vocal on The Stream Of Forgetfulness, Psalm 139 b
Reno Meier (Sin Starlett): solo guitar on Gethsemani, Psalm 139 a, The Stream Of Forgetfulness
Eunuchenchörli Dättwil: backing vocals and choirs
Has it really been ten years already since Matt Brand originally founded Pÿlon?
Time flies … but slowly so for this troupe of doom aficionados. Rather than acting if there was any past to celebrate, Pÿlon are taking it expressly easy with their first vinyl-only release: after all, there is only so much ? or, more specifically, so little ? music which will fit on the big petrol disc, thus, for the first time, two consecutive years yield a respective new record by the band.
Nonetheless, the selection profits from the additional care put into the compositions and arrangements, aided by the fact that Andy La Morte?s delicate guitar-playing freed Matt Brand to concentrate on his noticeably honed vocal delivery and even keyboard melodies occasionally have come to the fore.
An idiosyncratic reworking of Black Sabbath?s signature tune Paranoid with a flute solo substituting for the expected guitar leads rounds the album off … and invites to wonder where Pÿlon?s path will take the band next.
Recommended listening: Returnal Etern ? Psalm 139 (pts I & II)