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THE PROPHECY

Salvation

(Code666 Records)

Reviewed by : Kelley Simms
Rating : 8.0

UK doomsters THE PROPHECY is on its fourth full-length album, Salvation. It’s an epic doom metal journey through darkness, despair and melancholy — not far off the beaten path of veterans of the genre such as MY DYING BRIDE, ANATHEMA and PARADISE LOST, with touches of TOOL, AMORPHIS and even MARILLION. Produced and mixed by Greg Chandler (ESOTERIC) at Priory Studio and mastered by James Plotkin (SUNN O))), ISIS and PELICAN), the sound is a lesson in crispness and clean tonality. There’s only five songs total on the album, but all of them except one ('Reflections') is over the ten-minute mark. The 14-minute title track commences with a string arrangement and acoustic guitar which are soon joined by some well-placed growls and chugging riffs. It builds on varying textures and tempos with Pink Floyd-ish guitar melodies. The very TOOL-ish 'Reflections', with its combined clean and growled vocals on the chorus is quite chilling. A mature-sounding release that will certainly garner the band some well-deserved praise.



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