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The Sorrows

by Imbolg

NOW ON VINYL! Imbolg's second release expands upon their diverse style that ranges from traditional hard rock and metal in the vein of Black Sabbath, Danzig and Type O Negative while leaning towards the styles of Punk, Death Rock, Synth & of course Goth
Genre: Rock: Goth
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Search Within
1:52 album only
2. Red Devil
3:25 album only
3. Your Darkest Day
4:14 album only
4. Edward
3:53 album only
5. Dissappeared
2:58 album only
6. Paler Still
3:38 album only
7. Love Poison
3:15 album only
8. An Autumn Night
2:31 album only
9. The Tides
3:29 album only


Album Notes
The Sorrows was inspired by an Irish Folk Tale called Deidre of the Sorrows. Although the title itself sets a mood of sadness, and may suggests it may only contain more slow tempo or somber songs, nothing could be more false. A perfect example of this is the album’s first single (which has now been remixed by Jez Ball of Winter's Thrall) “Red Devil” that echoes tones that are similar to two of the band’s main influences: Type O Negative and the 69 Eyes. Some other notable tracks include a more synth based song called “Edward” inspired by the Tim Burton film Edward Scissorhands, “an Autumn Night” a duet with Dal Cais on Piano vocals and guest accompaniment by Helen Buyniski on Violin, and “Paler Still” a modern Punk Rock song reminiscent of another of the band’s influences the Misfits. All songs on the album were written by Dal Cais with the exception some of the Bass lines written by Imbolg's bass player Kitty Hawke and the song “Your Darkest day” co-written lyrically by Chris “Pit” Gnecco formerly of rock band Ours and features lead/backing vocal’s by Mark Demon of Night Gallery. The current line up of Imbolg also includes drummer Ken Holly, a distant cousin of the Rock and Roll Legend Buddy Holly.
Combined with ethereal synthesizers, an articulate and powerful Rhythm section, topped with the potent and moving vocals Imbolg's leader vocalist/guitar player Nate Dal Cais, the Sorrows will not disappoint as they lure your into their darkly enchanted spectrum of sound.



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