The Hallowing

Dark Symphonies
Release date
1 Jan 2007
Running length
10 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Dies Irae 7:17 5,561
2 Keep Me Here 3:39 4,361
3 Spirit 3:47 4,718
4 A Joyless Occasion 3:09 4,201
5 Thrush and Wake 3:41 4,146
6 Yearning for the Tide 4:00 3,757
7 The Funeral Bazaar 3:02 3,889
8 Canticle 5:05 3,766
9 The Last King Falls 3:29 3,625
10 The Hallowing 5:25 3,466

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  • porcupinethree

    very gothic

    7 Mar 2010 Reply
  • assassiyoun

    It is tagged as metal because they are signed to a metal label I think and people associates it to the Metal world. There's a lot of Metal listeners who listens to Autumn Tears or others bands alike. In fact, Autumn Tears can give you the same haunting feeling as Gothic and Doom Metal bands do without the guitar. But I agree, this isn't Metal at all. About the album, it's good but there's something missing compared to the previous opus. The sorrowful, gothic sensation and the neoclassical touch are less present. On the other hand, the album is more accessible for an andience isn't use to this kind of music and the album flows very well from the beginning to the end. I give it easily an eight out of ten.

    19 Feb 2010 Reply
  • Totentraum

    doom metal, gothic metal, symphonic metal, gothic, gothic doom metal = WTF!!!!!! PEOPLE ARE STUPID OR WHAT???

    8 Feb 2010 Reply
  • Gaze51

    Why is it tagged metal? I don't hear any guitars there.

    14 Nov 2009 Reply

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