Candlemass - Tales of Creation download album
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Candlemass - Tales of Creation (1989).
Candlemass : Tales of Creation,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. This is not their best work, but Tales of Creation is strong enough to blow minds of listeners, and bring them the spirit of doom. Personally, I think that this is their second best album after Epicus Doomicus Metallicus. First of all, this is a concept album, which already means enjoyable
Tales of Creation may not contain as many classics as some of Candlemass' previous efforts, but the band has never sounded better, and the exceptional production job fully highlights the operatic vocals of Messiah Marcolin without sacrificing any of the band's low-end guitar crunch. Unfortunately, the group wastes precious space on short spoken-word interludes, which, although they are meant to tie everything together, actually detract from the album's continuity . While definitely not a first choice for new fans, this album will certainly satisfy serious doomsters.
Candlemass Tales of Creation "Under the Oak" is a re-recording of a song that originally appeared on "Epicus Doomicus Metallicus" (and also the "Tales of Creation" demo -see bonus reissue disc). Leif Edling originally wanted another Thomas Cole painting for the cover, but his bandmates "talked him out of it". A modified Gustave Doré work called 'The Creation of Light' was used instead. Recording information: Recorded at Stockholm Recording, June, July 1989. Co-produced by Candlemass.
Tales of Creation is the fourth album by Swedish doom metal band Candlemass released in 1989 and reissued in 2001 with a bonus CD. Some of the material from this album ("Dark Reflections", "Under the Oak", "Into the Unfathomed Tower", "Somewhere in Nowhere" and "A Tale of Creation") were originally recorded in 1985 by one of the earliest incarnations of Candlemass. Under the Oak" is actually a remake of a song from their 1986 debut Epicus Doomicus Metallicus.
Tales of Creation (1989) by Candlemass. Labels: Music for Nations. Genres: Doom Metal Members: Messiah Marcolin, Lars "Lasse" Johansson, Mats "Mappe" Björkman, Leif Edling, Jan Lindh, Jim Bachman. I don't know about y'all, but man I sure love myself some good ol' Doom Metal music. Now Candlemass' fourth album, Tales of Creation, did just the trick cause it fit in both the categories. Old, yeah sure, but good also. Just give a listen to the stunning riffs they procure your ears. alšie kvalitné album doomových velikánov. Candlemass Discography.
Tales of Creation might have to be the best this band has to offer by far, if not Epicus of course. This album differs slightly from Nightfall and Ancient Dreams, and even more so than their debut. Their slow and drone formula for Epicus has been essential obliterated, and traded up for a more fast-paced feel. At the start of the album you can see how Candlemass has already taken their first steps into this faster-paced recording. Aside from the gloomy intro, The Prophecy will explode in your face and echoed speech will be heard in the background before picking up the pace yet again. Not more than two minutes into the album and Candlemass have already managed to swoon the listener, and this is before we get a good look at Messiah Marcolin vocals.