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    Silence In The Ancestral House (Album) album cover

    OccultationSilence In The Ancestral House

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    Tracklist

    1Intro1:19
    2The First Of The Last6:08
    3Laughter In The Halls Of Madness 4:55
    4All Hallows Fire5:27
    5The Place Behind The Sky7:22
    6The Dream Tide5:38
    7Intermission1:14
    8Forever Hereafter7:36
    9Silence In The Ancestral House8:25
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    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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    Silence In The Ancestral House (CD, Album)Invictus ProductionsIP 064Ireland2014
    Silence In The Ancestral House (Cassette, Album, Limited Edition)Invictus ProductionsIP 064Ireland2014
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    Silence In The Ancestral House (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Gold / Red w/ black splatter)Invictus Productions, 20 Buck SpinIP 064, SPIN 069US2014
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    Silence In The Ancestral House (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Red Translucent )Invictus Productions, 20 Buck SpinIP 064, SPIN 069US2014
    Silence In The Ancestral House (LP, Album)Invictus Productions, 20 Buck SpinIP 064, SPIN 069US2014

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    Dream Tide Fire (Profound Lore Records 2014)

    The New Yorker Doom Metal trio Occultation and of course, these metalheads are occult practiced followers as well as the influences heavily marks the permanent hideous straight from the likes for Mercyful Fate and Horror-linked to King Diamonds and Black Sabbath’s lair which can be heard through the group’s release on Silence In The Ancestral House. As the perfect forms of depressive riffs and chords really resemblance them as the ultimate sons or daughters (in this case) of Sabbath – as they’re sounding deeper, thicker, darker and heavier onto your ears exploding just like the bad incense for evil parts of The Cure meets Siouxie meets Death SS in the making. Consisting of Annu Lilja on bass guitar and vocals to Edward Miller the guitarist, organist and vocals with Viveca Butler exploring her drums also doing vocals; you know that the cover portraying the essential horrific old motel like Bates Motel or the rotations of the moon as well as the satanic hand holding the pocket clock facing the radish skies and haunted mountains or valleys below producing the atmosphere of Doomy Metal celebrations for the track-listing along the titles like Laughter in The Halls of Madness, The Place Behind The Sky, The First of The Last and Forever Hereafter would showing us the wiser false messages that hidden behind all those lyrics spells as we raising our horns towards the new expanding magic within the brightest moonlight.