Skip to
YouTube video

Loading player…

Large artwork

Related Tags



Leave a comment. Log in to or sign up.

  • Avatar for ShredsofFlesh
    I personally enjoyed this album a lot . Excellent songs all around !
  • Avatar for ale193
    now, maybe its just because I haven't yet listened to Funeral's previous works, and I'm a huge fan of My Dying Bride, but I really enjoyed this album.
  • Avatar for CrushedDream
    At all, Frode is a good singer, and he fits well with Minas Tirith's music. But... His vocals on From These Wounds was acceptable, on As The Light Does The Shadow/this one - already no. I prefer Sarah Eick's voice.
  • Avatar for TheUnhinged
    HumMis1349: Yes, I was talking about Frode Forsmo. Oystein Rustad wasn't too bad, really, but Frode was pretty bad, I thought.
  • Avatar for HumMis1349
    If you're talking about the first four tracks with Frode Forsmo on vocals, maybe, but I disagree about Øystein Rustad who does vocals on tracks 5-8. Definitely not emotionless if you ask me.
  • Avatar for TheUnhinged
    GoblinAlchemist: I wholeheartedly agree. In my opinion, they should've re-released the original To Mourn is a Virtue with the female vocals. Her voice suited the music PERFECTLY, while the monotone, layered male vocals just sounded boring. Funeral's music needs very emotional, mournful, powerful vocals, and their last album with a good vocalist was In Fields of Pestilent Grief. Ever since then, it's just been lame, emotionless, robotic vocals. They need a vocalist with a voice as powerful and haunting as the vocals on Tragedies.
  • Avatar for GoblinAlchemist
    Listening to the 2011 album... How can they talk about "the missing link between Tragedies and In Fields Of Pestilent Grief" having these heavy metal guys on vocals? Ugh. A big disappointment for me. For me, Funeral is long, slow, haunting female vocals. This is how it should be. If I were them, I would either find a female vocalist or change the band name.

API Calls