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  • Performer: Abysmal Growls Of Despair
  • Title: Eternal Lament
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: France
  • Formats: AUD WMA MP2 ASF RA DXD FLAC
  • Released: 2013
  • Style: Doom Metal
  • MP3 album: 1153 mb
  • FLAC album: 1245 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 248
Abysmal Growls Of Despair - Eternal Lament album FLAC

STNR-19/FZL040 Ambient funeral doom (France) Includes unlimited streaming of ABYSMAL GROWLS OF DESPAIR "Eternal lament" via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 7 days. Full Digital Discography.

Band Name Abysmal Growls Of Despair. Album Name Eternal Lament. 3. Silencing Ensemble.

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Abysmal Growls of Despair. Album (Studio full-length). Le Crépuscule du Soir Productions. Silencing Ensemble Lyrics. I feel the blame of a smile never shown All disappear in the mud of a lie I fall through their eyes And shrink in sadness. I don't recognize the stones I walked on Nor the trees I remembered I enter into a nameless land. Entrust me the truth All will be revealed. And the hope of brightness Will rise again

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Eternal Lament - Abysmal Growls Of Despair. Silencing Ensemble - Abysmal Growls Of Despair. Nothing Remains - Abysmal Growls Of Despair. Awful Dreams - Abysmal Growls Of Despair. Intro - Abysmal Growls Of Despair. All These Wrong Things - Abysmal Growls Of Despair. Nothing More Humane - Abysmal Growls Of Despair.

Tracklist

Intro 5:10
Eternal Lament 9:38
Silencing Ensemble 9:59
Nothing Remains 8:26
All These Wrong Things 9:53
Awful Dreams 6:34

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Abysmal Growls Of Despair Eternal Lament ‎(CDr, Album) Not On Label (Abysmal Growls Of Despair Self-released) none France 2013
none Abysmal Growls Of Despair Eternal Lament ‎(6xFile, MP3, Album) Not On Label (Abysmal Growls Of Despair Self-released) none France 2013
STNR-19, FZL 040 Abysmal Growls Of Despair Eternal Lament ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Num, RE + CD, Comp + Ltd, Num) Silent Time Noise Records, Frozen Light STNR-19, FZL 040 Russia 2016

Reviews about Abysmal Growls Of Despair - Eternal Lament (2):
Xinetan
Original: Doom-Metal.com ( http://www.doom-metal.com/reviews.php?album=2989 )Massive, crushing and relentless: the re-release of AGoD's debut plus EP/split bonuses.Abysmal Growls Of Despair is a solo-project from French artist Aimeric ‘Hangsvart’ Lerat. There never seems to a month that goes by where some form of work isn't released through this or his other projects - Catacombed, Plagueprayer, Arrant Saudade or Low Cave Sound! Abysmal Growls Of Despair's first album was 'Eternal Lament', which he released in 2013. This new version, which is released through Silent Time Noise Records, features a double CD with 9 songs on CD1 and 6 on CD2. There are a lot of split compilations and EPs included on this version. The start of the CD1 starts with a rather depressing dark intro. There is nothing happy about it, and that sets forward what the rest of the album will be about. A lot of personal feelings have gone into this music, and the artist's most deepest darkest thoughts have raised themselves within this work. There is nothing fast about this music, no sudden changes in tempo. Very deep guttural growls which just penetrate your ear drums. It's just pure misery and depression. Every single song just cascades into more misery. It's definitely like being in a deep dark cave which is enclosed with no light at all entering, and you know nothing you can do will change it. I found this album disturbing and a discomfort that continuously played at my inner thoughts and mind. Three of the compositions on the first disc are taken from the 'Songs Of Deepest Skies' split with Germany’s The Cold View, which was released last year by Frozen Light. I had enjoyed this but it was still hard to listen to. I could not even pick a favourite track because of the lack of variety in each song. This is not a bad thing at all, because that is what he writes and composes. It's just so overwhelming that it overtakes you and, like I said, a few times I had to switch it off to take a breath and escape the suffocating grip this yields on the body and spirit. Disc two opens with ‘Nothing More Humane’. This track alone is 17 minutes long, and I'm not even sure you would be ready to listen to the 2nd after that. Tracks 3-4 are from the digital EP 'Monde Agonisant' ('Monde Agonisant' and 'Always Disgusted'). These all follow in the same vein. Synths add some ambience to the music, but they are still dark in nature. The production overall is good and delivers on presenting a dark mysterious album, but I'm definitely having a break before listening to this again.Reviewer's rating: 7.5/10Reviewed by Riccardo Veronese
Dugor
Original: ConcreteWeb ( http://www.concreteweb.be/reviews/abysmal-growls-despair-1 ) Abysmal Growls Of Despair are a very young yet extremely productive solo-project from Aimeric ‘Hangsvart’ Lerat, hailing from the south of France. The guy is active under monikers such as Catacombed, Plagueprayer or Low Cave Sound (see update on March 29th 2016, in case you’re interested in a review for the Lovecraftian Drone / Noise / Industro-Ambient double-album Voices In The Ground; Frozen Light 2015), but under the Abysmal Growls Of Despair moniker, he recorded two hands full of stuff too in mean time. Amongst them are Dark Days and Between My Death; I do mention both of them specifically, for they got published on April 29th 2015 and December 24th 2015 respectively on www.concreteweb.be. Just FYI: both of them had been released via Satanath Records, with the first one in co-operation with e.g. Silent Time Noise Rec.The first official recording under the Abysmal Growls Of Despair banner was Eternal Lament, independently released in Summer 2013. So make no mistake, for this review deals with a double-album, compiling more material, amongst which that debut album, which this compilation is named after. The first disc opens with those six tracks from that 2013 record. It starts with an untitled intro, which combines the sound of thunder and rain, with dreamy and floating synth melodies and truly wonderful additional drums. This composition grows and – well, just listen to it and dream away… then comes the title track, and it gives a first glimpse of Abysmal Growls Of Despair’s raison d’être. Indeed, this project creates the purest definition of Obscure Funeral Doom Death Metal! Ultra-slow (and I really mean ‘ultra’ slow) riffs, ultra-deep (and I really mean ‘ultra’ deep) growls (abyssal growls indeed…) and ultra-creepy (and I really mean ‘ultra’ creepy) synth melodies are melted into the aural expression of post-life existence, of ghostly appearances from the crypt, of nihilism after all (human) life faded away… Deep-pressed (or is it ‘depressed?) Metal drones à la Until Death Overtakes Me get interspersed by nuclear-angelic keyboard intermezzi. One of the success formulas is the permanently presence of dissonance and discomfort that continuously penetrates the listener’s brain. Remarkable is that the focus not necessarily lies on desperation and grief, yet rather a mixture of nihilism at the one hand, and overwhelming malignancy at the other. An atmosphere of eeriness and unrest is stronger than melancholy…The three other compositions on the first disc are taken from the Songs Of Deepest Skies split with Germany’s The Cold View, which was released last year via Frozen Light in an extremely limited edition (so one can easily consider this addition as a gift!). Of course the basics flow within the very same vein. However, beneath the surface of funereal discordance lies more of an anger, a tension yet to explode. It’s like an all-overwhelming mist of sound that overtakes you, permanently hunts you, like a suffocating nightmare when being fully awake. But accept the ingenious ideas behind the whole concept, for these compositions exhale majesty!Disc two opens with Nothing More Humane, a lengthy track (17:44) that was independently and digitally released in early 2014, followed by Ci-Gît, which was, just like the former song, an independently and digitally-only release with quite a lengthy duration (just over sixteen minutes), and originally from Summer 2015. Both tracks from the digital EP Monde Agonisant (Monde Agonisant and Always Disgusted) come next. Of course these compositions too dwell within comparable spheres. Nothing More Humane, for example, opens in a mostly ominous manner, as if some lovecraftian entity finally awakes after a thousand-year slumber, crawling out from the deepest Antarctic pit. After about five minutes, this mostly oppressive Industro-Ambient Sonic Terror evolves into the ‘trusted’ Ultra-Doom Funeral March we’re in love with (don’t tell me you are not). Just after half of the ‘song’, everything seems to clear up, as if the sun succeeds to shine on our soil once again. Of course she does not… Ci-Gît or Always Disgusted are much more down-to-earth, with less eccentric outbursts, and mainly focusing on the minimalism and the heaviness of the scene, with inclusion of hordes of dissonant beasts crawling around in the listeners’ ear drums (especially the first one out of these two that I mentioned!). Monde Agonisant itself then again is more like a ritual, an invocation in a quasi-narrative way.The second disc ends with the two compositions that were initially released as part of the In Memoriam split-album with Italy’s In Lacrimaes Et Dolor and Until My Funerals Began from Ukraine (a limited album from late 2014 that was released via GS Productions). Nimis Sero opens with a self-interpreted version of the ‘legendary’ Marche Funéraire (how original…), and at first I am not convinced at all. But pretty soon that introduction gets penetrated by the core of Abysmal Growls Of Despair’s raison d’être, and that opens new perspectives, evidently. The second half is quite sober in the beginning, almost like a post-ambient soundscape passing by, before returning to that great epic once created by Chopin. The other song, Quiet Moments, is quite ‘traditional’ for this project too, though less intense and megalithic than what we’re used of.Pay attention, dear reader: there aren’t but 250 copies pressed (and I am sure many of them have been sold in mean time), so you better hurry up in case you want your own hand-numbered copy! And oh yeah: very nice photography / artwork (and no, I am not talking about the grandiose beauty of an unclothed female corpse this time…)!!!Ivan Tibos.95/100

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