|Genre||Melodic Death Metal|
|Media format||LP & CD|
Limited to 400 copies (including bonus track).
The third and final album by Gates of Ishtar, ‘At Dusk and Forever’, was first released in 1998 and now appears as a re-release edition in the form of a black LP edition, along with gatefold (including LP booklet). As a bonus, this edition also includes the album in CD format. With a new cover by Juanjo Castellano (Vomitory, Obscure Infinity, Portrait), special vinyl mastering by Patrick W. Engel (Dissection, Asphyx, Tiamat) and with exclusive liner notes by Christ Dick (Decibel Magazine USA), we’ve got a true fan piece here.
Those who love melodic death metal along the lines of Ablaze My Sorrow, Nightrage, At The Gates or The Duskfall (the latter was founded by members Sandorf and Carlsson) are in the right place.
Tracklist - At dusk and forever
- 1.Wounds (remastered 2016) (5:17)
- 2.The Nightfall (remastered 2016) (3:27)
- 3.At Dusk And Forever (remastered 2016) (3:02)
- 4.Battles To Come (remastered 2016) (4:18)
- 5.The Burning Sky (remastered 2016) (2:09)
- 6.Never Alone Again (remastered 2016) (4:56)
- 7.Always (remastered 2016) (4:37)
- 8.Forever Beach (remastered 2016) (7:10)
- 9.Red Hot (remastered 2016) (3:14)
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... At sunset and forever .. A slightly strange, but promising title. Immediately causes associations with Cradle Of Filth, vampires, the movie "From Dusk Till Dawn", etc. In fact, it is a very strong work in which the ideas of the Swedish melodic death are so developed that the language refuses to call it another copy of the genres of the genre. The album is the quintessence of the best moments from the first two. It's somewhere in between the more melodic Children Of Bodom and = Slaughter Of The Soul = '95 of my favorite At The Gates. From the first taken melodic, from the second - speed and plague drive. Much more interesting than In Flames, somewhere on the level = The Mind's I = '97 Dark Tranquility in complexity ... In a word, everything is taken from a piece, but nevertheless the result impresses with its monumentality and exceptional listening ability. Do not listen to grieving critics who are not able to recognize the obvious merits of the album. Better listen to the album itself - it's worth it. Especially the final song. Minus - only 35 minutes of sound, but this is the only negative.
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