Kohllapse | Distant Mind Alternative

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Distant Mind Alternative

by Kohllapse

Flawlessly combining doom/death metal with gothic, industrial and progressive influences.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Doom/Stoner Metal
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1. Thorn
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2. Real Man in Quicksand
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3. Seven
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4. Gravitation
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5. Ghost Storm
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6. Eclipse
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7. Contort
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8. Deep Blue
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9. Insight
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Flawlessly combining doom/death metal with gothic, industrial and progressive influences, "Distant Mind Alternative" is an innovative and original album that you won't want to miss second time round. Ahead of its time when first released in 1999, this heavy atmospheric metal masterpiece is sure to win a legion of new fans. Recommended if you like Virgin Black, Saviour Machine, Visionaire, Paradise Lost or Type O Negative.


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One of the greatest christian goth records of all time!
I'd been looking for a copy of this cd for ages - was so glad to find it on CDBaby! Hybrid doomy metal that incorporates elements of goth, industrial, electronic, symphonic, progressive and much more in a completely congruent way for each song. The most obvious comparison would have to be a "suckless" version of Type-O-Negative, but some songs also have a sortof Devin-Townsend progressive tone, and there's plenty of electronics to go around, tho i wouldn't try to pull out any direct sound-alikes there. If you're into any dark kind of music that might be related to the above genre's, you owe it to yourself to pick this record up before it disappears for another 7 years or more...

btw - i believe this was the effort of a one-man-band - i'd love to hear what, if anything, he's done since! any info would be appreciated.

Sid Offutt

Excellent Christian Music
I totaly agree with madFive. I\'ve been looking for this cd every since I heard \"Thorn\" on HM video magazine volume six. It would be great to here more from Kohllapse. Thanks CD Baby.