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Metal/Punk: Gothic Metal Rock: Hard Rock Moods: Featuring Guitar
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Theatre of Life

by Weeping Silence

Malta's Weeping Silence has been on the metal scene since the mid 90's and are the very definition of a band who have paid their dues and deserve success. This their third album, sees them taking on the might of the European Symphonic Metal heavyweights.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Gothic Metal
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1. Of Light and Shadow
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2. Dark Waters
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3. Within White Walls
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4. Theatre of Life
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5. Season's Journey
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6. Promises Broken
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7. Monuments
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8. Innocent Cries
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There is a massive void left by Within Temptation's move into 80's melodic metal, so the time is certainly ripe for another band to fill that void. I do not mean to suggest that Weeping Silence are copying Within Temptation, quite the opposite, they have an equally long history (founded a year before in fact), the same roots in 90's doom, and have undergone a similar natural metamorphosis into symphonic gothic metal. There are eight multifaceted epics containing that unique mix of symphonic, gothic and prog rock/metal with the doom turned into a melancholic atmosphere as they swirl and sweep effortlessly between heavier and lighter, slower and livelier passages, but always with a anthemic chorus at their heart. The biggest difference is that the lighter elements are more melodic rock rather than folk. Check them out!


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