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Album Review

Tenebre are a guitar/bass/drums trio with a unique jazzy math rock sound. The songs are nicely composed and more about delivering a nice tune than displaying chops. Guitarist Max Foreman utilizes a lot of tapping in his playing, but without any kind of metal/shredder overtones. The rhythm section of drummer Daniel Pearce and acoustic bass player Patrick Taylor can rock out or get rather jazzy, often taking the lead as Foreman hammers out circular figures on guitar. Cello, trumpet, and keys nicely augment a few tunes, but the trio has a fabulous sound. Very nice.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

The self-proclaimed 'International Magik Group,' Sweden's Tenebre performs gothic-tinged hard rock verging on metal along the same lines as their countrymen Cemetary, or later day Tiamat. Forming in 1996, the band immediately started work on their debut album, XIII, which they released later that year, then followed it with 1998's Grim Ride and 2000's Mark of the Beast. Come 2002 and the release of their fourth album, Electric Hellfire Kiss, Tenebre's lineup had finally coalesced into a semi-stable...
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