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Worth the wait

I waited a long time for this album. In fact, I actually forgot about Darkseed. I was recenlty bored and was looking for new music when i stumbled upon Darkseed again. I now know why I used to call these guys the best band alive. This album is amazing. I reccomend Roads, A Dual Pact, and Poison Awaits.

a step backwards and to the left

The album demonstrates Darkseeds ability to make quality music, but to top something like Ultimate Darkness is clearly no small feat for them. With the loss of their golden vocalist and a change in direction, it is clear that the sonic presence which had solidified an album before is diminishing but definitely not gone. Looking forward to future efforts.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Not wanting to take the traditional methods of generic death metal that everyone's heard a million times since Napalm Death's "Scum, " Germany's Darkseed take a more unconventional song writing method that aims more towards the gothic experimental route. Showing off this talent on their first two demo's "Sharing The Grave" (1992) and "Darksome Thoughts" (1993), Serenades Records picked Darkseed up and released their first full-length "Midnight Solemnly Dance" in 1996. Nuclear Blast immediately caught...
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Poison Awaits, Darkseed
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Jul 23, 2010

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