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Deos - FortitudePainSuffering (2013)
With some records, you know as soon as you have learnt about them that they will be perfect for you. You haven?t listened to the album yet, but something inside you tells you that it is going to be a bomb and you are certainly going to love it.
This is particularly typical of projects which are collaborations of several well-known musicians ? gurus of a given genre, as it were. When you read the description of a new project and some of the names are familiar to you, the odds will automatically rise for it to convince you. Of course you are never safe from disappointments, but today I am going to present you with an illustrative example of a union which is one hundred percent apt. The project in question is called Deos.
Deos was formed by Doom Metal wizards Daniel Neagoe (Eye Of Solitude), Alex Cozaciuc (Descend Into Despair) and Déhà (Imber Luminis and many others), and so far they have released one full-length record, ?Fortitude.Pain.Suffering? The album starts with a sample of thunder and monotonous rain which immediately evokes a gloomy atmosphere and prepares the listener for something emotive and beautiful. After such a typical but expressive opening, 45 minutes of high-class Funeral Doom follow. This record offers all the conventional traits typical of the genre, such as desperate, melancholic music, sepulchral slowness and deep, grim vocals. The recurring rain sample ties the songs together and makes them seamless. The low, lingering growl, though sometimes monotonous, literally reaches your guts, making the material seem more affecting and tangible. The keyboard arrangements are pertinent and have been carefully integrated into the music: they intertwine with tragic, doleful guitars as if the two elements were echoes of each other. The unsettling yet beautiful melodies evolve slowly, creating a sense of something elevated and dramatic going on behind the scenes. A feeling of abandonment and desolation permeates the songs, but rather than escalating into nervousness or hysterical desperation, the focus lies on catatonic reflection and sullen slumber. Briefly speaking, the title of the album well illustrates the disposition of the material. I cannot say that ?Fortitude.Pain.Suffering? has been recorded brilliantly or thoroughly, but I am not sure this was a primary goal, either. The slight rawness of the sound doesn?t mar your listening pleasure (if you are not intending to find a quarrel in a straw of course).
In sum, this is a good, firm record. You probably would not find anything innovative on this album: it is another example of canonical Funeral Doom Metal, neatly created by true masters. Each member contributed his share to the material (though, to me, it seems most strongly based on Eye Of Solitude?s approach), allowing the music to really shine. One cannot help but admit that this collaboration turned out to be a concentration of talent and delicate taste for decadent beauty. An attentive observation of the canon combined with an effort to keep the music within the limits of these traditions is not a bad thing at all, as the classics and paragons are always relevant. Therefore, ?Fortitude.Pain.Suffering? can easily be described as a model of the genre, and thus Deos will undoubtedly embellish the Doom pantheon
01 - Introducing Suffering [00:03:02]
02 - Abandoned [00:10:24]
03 - Embalmed In Tears Of Sorrow [00:09:40]
04 - Neverending Grief [00:12:51]
05 - The Corruption Of Virtue [00:13:20]
Bitrate: 320 k
Tamaño: 115.00 MB