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This is the second album of The Sins of thy beloved. Compared to their debut album, there is no change in substance, also some beautiful and sorrowful gothic doom music. But they make a little alteration, which cause their music heavier and stronger, sounds more abundant. In their first albums, the guitar riff and the male growl are all beneath and behind anita¡¯s heavenly voice. But in this album, they become more prominent and get to constitute a major part of their music

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Flame of Death The Sins of Thy Beloved 9:49
2 Forever The Sins of Thy Beloved 6:55
3 Pandemonium The Sins of Thy Beloved 7:29
4 Partial Insanity The Sins of Thy Beloved 7:42
5 Perpetual Desolation The Sins of Thy Beloved 4:16
6 Nebula Queen The Sins of Thy Beloved 7:00
7 The Mournful Euphony The Sins of Thy Beloved 8:39
8 A Tormented Soul The Sins of Thy Beloved 4:20
9 The Thing That Should Not Be Kirk Hammett / James Hetfield / Lars Ulrich The Sins of Thy Beloved 6:05

The Sins of Thy Beloved - Perpetual Desolation album download

Performer: The Sins of Thy Beloved

Title: Perpetual Desolation

Recording date: September, 1999 - October, 1999

Duration: 01:02:15

Style: Heavy Metal

Recording location: Sound Suite Studio

Genre: Rock/Pop

Size MP3: 1377 mb

Size FLAC: 1195 mb

Rating: 4.4 / 5

Votes: 882

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Something must have happened along the way, because The Sins of Thy Beloved’s second and final album Perpetual Desolation finds the band definitely different than before. The sound rendering is dispersive and balanced, the mixing favors much more the guitars and the showy digital effects of the production, and sinister shrieks substitute the previous howling growls: it’s as if the band had suddenly fell in love with Dimmu Borgir. The keyboard lines become contrapuntal and more complex, the orchestration employ diminished harmonies, the tempo raises a bit, and even the female vocals include theatrical recitations of sexual orgasms (“The Flames of Wrath”). However, the album as a whole once again misses the point, as the material pumps too much drama over hooks, to the point where only the opening, longest track is digestible. The band disbanded after the recording for discomfort with touring life.Highlights: “The Flames of Wrath”, “Pandemonium”.
AnnyMars
Something must have happened along the way, because The Sins of Thy Beloved’s second and final album Perpetual Desolation finds the band definitely different than before. The sound rendering is dispersive and balanced, the mixing favors much more the guitars and the showy digital effects of the production, and sinister shrieks substitute the previous howling growls: it’s as if the band had suddenly fell in love with Dimmu Borgir. The keyboard lines become contrapuntal and more complex, the orchestration employ diminished harmonies, the tempo raises a bit, and even the female vocals include theatrical recitations of sexual orgasms (“The Flames of Wrath”). However, the album as a whole once again misses the point, as the material pumps too much drama over hooks, to the point where only the opening, longest track is digestible. The band disbanded after the recording for discomfort with touring life.Highlights: “The Flames of Wrath”, “Pandemonium”.