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CategoryVinyl
ThemeBands
GenreGothic Metal
EditionRe-Release
Media formatLP
Media PackagingStandard
Available since 15.04.2016
Product code327741

This 2016 re-release of the 'Tiamat' classic "Wildhoney" is delivered on black vinyl and should be part of any well-stocked gothic metal collection.

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45 reviews

brilliantly

In my opinion, these albums will no longer do. Listen to the album in the same breath, tune into one another, and creates the impression integrity. Most of all I have to cling to the composition - of course, Visionaire, on a par with it - Do You Dream of Me ?, its simplicity and genius fight outright.
Pops is here and does not smell. If you like - smells Pink Floyd, King Crimson, Black Sabbath and of Tiamat. It's very organic and played. As such, there is no gravity - the first two songs (in which most of guitars and "correct shock") is more atmospheric than heavy.
It is a pity that Edlund could not even come close to this his masterpiece, but only one Wildhoney he can put a monument (and even full-length).

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Wildhoney album

If you want to define doom in general, it is for sure Tiamats Wildhoney album! And more doomish is to have it on LP!

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32 reviews

Shocked the world

Back then, when this was released, no one expected Tiamat would make such move of departing from the death and black metal and straight into the gothic metal realm. But what a move it was, as this is one of the best, if not greatest, metal album of all time. Musically, the guitars intertwine and playfully chase each other on Floydian trips. Keyboards pose both lush and vague, keeping the listener soaring in trance. Johan Edlund no longer growls in this as clean vocals take charge.

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23 reviews

super

very good album

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