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Tracklist

1Gardénia
2Vento Sul
3Cosmos Controle
4Nuvem
5Lótus
6Cravo Carne
7Abismo
8Pétalas

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SOM 445LP, SOM445LPSinistro Sangue Cássia ‎(2xLP, Album)Season Of Mist, Season Of MistSOM 445LP, SOM445LPFrance2018
SOM 445LP, SOM445LP, SOM445LPESSinistro Sangue Cássia ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Gre)Season Of Mist, Season Of Mist, Season Of MistSOM 445LP, SOM445LP, SOM445LPESFrance2018
SOM 445LP, SOM445LP, SOM445LPCRSinistro Sangue Cássia ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Red)Season Of Mist, Season Of Mist, Season Of MistSOM 445LP, SOM445LP, SOM445LPCRFrance2018
SOM 445LP, SOM445LP, SOM445LPCTSinistro Sangue Cássia ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Cle)Season Of Mist, Season Of Mist, Season Of MistSOM 445LP, SOM445LP, SOM445LPCTFrance2018

Notes

digipak

Barcodes

  • Barcode (printed): 8 22603 94452 5
  • Barcode (ean13 scanned): 0822603944525

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Season Of Mist
  • Copyright (c) – Season Of Mist

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Season Of Mist 2017 1. Cosmos Controle 2. Lótus 3. Pétalas 4. Vento Sul 5. Abismo 6. Nuvem 7. Gardénia 8. Cravo Carne 9. Ferida 10. Nothing Sacred Cassia by Sinistro, released 05 January 2018 1. Lotus 3. Petalas 4. Gardenia 8. Cravo Carne. Standard CD version Includes unlimited streaming of Sangue Cassia via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 7 days. Purchasable with gift card. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей free to Sinistro Sangue Cássia Cosmos Controle, Lótus and more. 10 tracks 67:21. SINISTRO have been cultivating sonic exploration since writing their self-titled debut album, which was released in 2012 and delivers elegant doom rock combined with a soundtrack like approach that harvested praise from both public and critics alike. SINISTRO's next effort 'Cidade' 2013 welcomed singer Patrícia Andrade on board and went on to explore a massive wall of guitars combine read more. Sinistro Sangue Cássia. Buy from. Produced by Fernando Matias and Sinistro. Recorded, mixed and mastered at The Pentagon Audio Manufacturers. Identifiers: Barcode: 822603944525 Labelcode: LC 25993. Added by: HeavierThanThou. Modified by: The Red Tower. Added on: 2017-10-18 17:39:50. Sangue Cássia. Released January 5, 2018. Sangue Cássia Tracklist. Cosmos Controle Name Sangue Cássia. Type Album. Released date 05 January 2018. Labels Season Of Mist. Music StyleDoom Metal. Members owning this album5. Sangue Cassia is ranked 92,628th in the overall chart, 28,566th in the 2010s, and 3,003rd in the year 2018. Sinistro: Sangue Cassia CD 2017 Season of Mist Records USA SOM 445D Digipak NEW Condition: Brand New. Time left: 6d 4h 52m 8s Ships to: Worldwide. LP-SINISTRO-SANGUE CASSIA -2LP- NEW VINYL RECORD Condition: New. Time left: 9d 7h 27m 51s Ships to: Worldwide. Sangue Cassia. Похожие треки. If the poison won't take you my dogs will. Lingua Ignota

Sinistro - Sangue Cássia mp3

Performer: Sinistro

Title: Sangue Cássia

Country: France

Release date: 05 Jan 2018

Label: Season Of Mist

Style: Doom Metal, Post Rock, Avantgarde

Catalog: SOM 445D

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1984 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 537

Record source: CD, Album, Digipak

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Sinistro is a Portuguese female fronted Doom Metal band. They deliver some heavy bass-filled tracks with a soaring companying vocal range. I bought the vinyl when it was first announced, since I was impressed by their previous output. I don’t think I’ve heard any other band sing so hauntingly beautiful, especially in the Doom Metal genre, and never in their native tongue. The tracks are slow paced, with breakkdowns here and there, with a eerie presence of bass all the time. The riffs are crushing, sometimes approaching stoner lenghts, which is not bad at all for a second release from this outfit.
The albums kicks off with a droning backdrop of an overdriven guitar in the bass range, backed by a slow, heavy set of drums, a crushing hi-hat and of course the invocative voice of (...). The first track is by far the longest, clocking in at over eleven minutes, but that doesn’t mean it holds anything back. There’s an eerie synth playing with oscillating tunes like an old hammond organ, which compliments the vocal lines in a beautiful way. When the guitar is played in company with piano and the slow vocal lines it creates a mystical atmosphere which drags me in, and fills me with tranquil sadness. Although I can not understand the lyrics, I embrace the feeling. “Lòtus” is a slow starter, which has a horror movie like opening, before the heavy riffs sets in. Like an anvil dropping on a drumkit, each stroke is devastating, as well as the haunting vocals. It feels like a slow journey into the dark abyss below, which is reflected in the lyrics. As we continue the listening, it gets darker by every step, a ghostly choir joins in on the vocal side. Perhaps luring us into its trap with its increasing intensity, although the melody remains the same throughout it. The way the vocals seems to have a mind of their own is very impressive pulled off. They follow the rhythm of the song, but only when they feel like it. Like a vocal artist who is performing ad lib while the rest of the musicians are doing what they should. It doesn’t feel out of place, it just enforces my impression of the talent at display here. As we reach the second half of the album, the experimental phase wears off a little, and the songs become more linear in style. “Gardênia” has a stoner-like riff opening which resonates through hi hats and bass guitar. That shaky, but confident voice of (vocalist) continues to pour out her heart to us as a contrast to these majestic overtures. The last installment on the album allows her to reach even higher plateau, and the drums are almost reaching the incredible density of the first track. The soaring voice rings from a low range in the chorus, and with ever lengthening tones it reaches its peak in a gut wrenching scream. A cacophony of guitar, drums and the repeated shorus line over and over again makes the entire album stay in your head for quite some time. The Portuguese Doomsters have done it again!
IWAS
Sinistro is a Portuguese female fronted Doom Metal band. They deliver some heavy bass-filled tracks with a soaring companying vocal range. I bought the vinyl when it was first announced, since I was impressed by their previous output. I don’t think I’ve heard any other band sing so hauntingly beautiful, especially in the Doom Metal genre, and never in their native tongue. The tracks are slow paced, with breakkdowns here and there, with a eerie presence of bass all the time. The riffs are crushing, sometimes approaching stoner lenghts, which is not bad at all for a second release from this outfit.
The albums kicks off with a droning backdrop of an overdriven guitar in the bass range, backed by a slow, heavy set of drums, a crushing hi-hat and of course the invocative voice of (...). The first track is by far the longest, clocking in at over eleven minutes, but that doesn’t mean it holds anything back. There’s an eerie synth playing with oscillating tunes like an old hammond organ, which compliments the vocal lines in a beautiful way. When the guitar is played in company with piano and the slow vocal lines it creates a mystical atmosphere which drags me in, and fills me with tranquil sadness. Although I can not understand the lyrics, I embrace the feeling. “Lòtus” is a slow starter, which has a horror movie like opening, before the heavy riffs sets in. Like an anvil dropping on a drumkit, each stroke is devastating, as well as the haunting vocals. It feels like a slow journey into the dark abyss below, which is reflected in the lyrics. As we continue the listening, it gets darker by every step, a ghostly choir joins in on the vocal side. Perhaps luring us into its trap with its increasing intensity, although the melody remains the same throughout it. The way the vocals seems to have a mind of their own is very impressive pulled off. They follow the rhythm of the song, but only when they feel like it. Like a vocal artist who is performing ad lib while the rest of the musicians are doing what they should. It doesn’t feel out of place, it just enforces my impression of the talent at display here. As we reach the second half of the album, the experimental phase wears off a little, and the songs become more linear in style. “Gardênia” has a stoner-like riff opening which resonates through hi hats and bass guitar. That shaky, but confident voice of (vocalist) continues to pour out her heart to us as a contrast to these majestic overtures. The last installment on the album allows her to reach even higher plateau, and the drums are almost reaching the incredible density of the first track. The soaring voice rings from a low range in the chorus, and with ever lengthening tones it reaches its peak in a gut wrenching scream. A cacophony of guitar, drums and the repeated shorus line over and over again makes the entire album stay in your head for quite some time. The Portuguese Doomsters have done it again!