Band Name Church Of Void. Album Name Dead Rising. Released date 30 August 2013. Labels Svart Records. Music StyleDoom Metal. Members owning this album2. 5. Owls Are Listening. 7. Entity of Kalypso. 8. Little Child Lost. Other productions from Church Of Void.
Dead Rising (2013) by Church of Void. Labels: Svart Records. Genres: Doom Metal, Stoner Metal Members: Magus Corvus, . G. Funeral, H. Warlock, Byron . .
ARTIST: Church Of Void. ALBUM, TITLE: Dead Rising. Release year, date: 2013. COUNTRY: Finland (Jyväskylä). FILE FORMAT: MP3. QUALITY: 320 kbps. Site: ww. hurchofvoid. com/Church Of Void/Welcome.
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Dead Rising (Subida del muerto). The Owls Are Listening. Produced by Tuomas Kokko & Church of Void. Recorded and mixed at Electric Room, Electric Fox Studios. Mastered at Audiamond. Added by: Metantoine. Modified by: Doomsday. Added on: 2013-07-09 00:45:42. Last modified on: 2017-09-16 12:07:42.
Church of Void is a young upstart Finnish doom band, but they like to bill themselves as the spearhead of the new wave of traditional heavy doom metal. While that might be putting the cart before the dead horse quite a bit for an obscure band, I admire their hyperbole and moxie. This prevents their Dead Rising debut from ever getting into a groove and flow. Still, the band has ability and the core of an interesting, compelling sound and when it all comes together, they sound great and produce winning tunes that allow the listener to play spot the influence. Things open with the very straight-ahead doom rock of Tristess which borrows a lot from Witchfinder General. Though it has a rudimentary lead riff that screams stoner rock, it morphs and twists into classic doom and the journey is a trip.
Church of Void – Son of a Witch. Dead Rising shows interesting variations on traditional doom metal music with stoner, but it has some specific approaches as in hard rock music. What were your main influences and ideas you wanted to fulfill in Church of Void? Personally, I draw inspiration from three bands in doom metal: Saint Vitus, Pentagram, and Reverend Bizarre. But even before that, the first band I played in was hardcore punk, because of my inability to play properly. I have been talking to other bands on the split album, and all of us agree that it would be a great pleasure for us to support the album by doing live shows together. We´ve played live with both of those bands, and I can sincerely say that those men have become our dear friends. So it also would be a great opportunity to get us all together again.