Label: Darkest Age Productions - DAP 004 • Format: CD Album, Stereo • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Death Metal, Doom Metal, Symphonic Rock
Ruins of the Past. September 3, ·. Some of you might wonder what's up with the second part of "Alchemy of Sorrow". Recently I worked on the mix for the album to make it sound a bit better than the EP. There are some details that still need some extra work and tweaking, but musically "Alchemy of Sorrow - II - Elements" can be considered as Followers:
Ruins is a Japanese prog-rock/zeuhl/punk/noise/fusion duo, formed in by drummer/vocalist Tatsuya Yoshida and a bass guitarist (in the course of 20 years the group changed four bassists). Since the departure of bassist Sasaki Hisashi in , Tatsuya proceeds playing solo with only a drum-kit as Ruins alone. Formed in , the group was intended to be a power trio; after a handful of rehearsals as a .
These Places Are Now Ruins \ CD / Digital. Last Days' follow up to ’s “Sea” “These Places Are Now Ruins” is by the artist’s admission a personal journey about revisiting the past and accepting the present is something we can all truly identify with. The album tells, strictly through feelings, of expectations, disappointments, distance, and the futility of attempting to reclaim lost memories.
· "Ruins Of The Past" CD - 6-panel digipak with page booklet Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album Includes unlimited streaming of Ruins Of The Past via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
· But those albums all took the songs forward and onward to new things. Ruins feels more like it’s looking backwards, or at best, sideways. But I’m aware I’m probably in the minority. Fans of the heavier music of Daniel Tompkins will eat up the more technical and aggressive nature of Ruins. The vocals are harsher, the guitars are heavier.
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