Mythological Cold Towers - _Sphere of Nebaddon..._
(Sound Riot Prod., 1996)
by: Adam Wasylyk (8 out of 10)
Some great music comes my way from Mythological Cold Towers. Their slow, doom/death metal approach is very refreshing to hear. Songs worthy of note are "The Vastness of a Desolated Glory" and "Slaves in the Imaginary Abyssal Line", both of which demonstrate M.C.T.'s talent at slow, eerie riffing, and "Exotic Voluptuousness of a Lost Feeling of Life", for its sheer majestic sound, very similar to Visceral Evisceration's slow, doomy feel. Keyboards and acoustic guitaring are scattered throughout most of the songs, which greatly enhanced the pleasure I got from listening to this. Speed is rarely used, a slower paced is preferred, and is what the band's good at. Doom/death like it should be.

Contact: MYTHOLOGICAL COLD TOWERS c/o Sound Riot Productions

(article published 11/10/1996)


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