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Ashes You Leave




Croatia - Active.

Description

Death/Doom, Gothic/Doom

Ashes You Leave's first album, 'The Passage Back to Life', sounds identical to My Dying Bride's 'Turn Loose the Swans'. Except it has desperate and fragile female vocals over most of the album versus growled male vocals. From there on the male vocal presence more or less disappeared from the band entirely. The bands doom tendencies were eventually replaced by a straight forward Gothic metal approach. Most of reference to their doomed roots were cut on their second album. A curious band for fans of more romantic, female fronted Gothic metal.

Discography

The Kingdom Before The Lies1995NoneDemo
Live at Ri-Rock1995NoneLive Demo
Poetic End Of Life1996NoneDemo
The Passage Back to Life1998Morbid RecordsCD
Desperate Existence1999Morbid RecordsCD
The Inheritance of Sin and Shame2000Morbid RecordsCD
Fire2002Morbid RecordsCD
Songs of the Lost2009Sleaszy Rider RecordsCD
The Cure for Happiness2012Rock'n'GrowlCD

Contact

band@ashesyouleave.org


Reviews

The Passage Back to Life (1998)
Desperate Existence (1999)
The Inheritance of Sin and Shame (2000)

Interviews

Interview with Ashes You Leave (2002-08-11).

Misc

Named after a Cathedral song. Ashes You Leave's first album The Passage Back to Life (which is misspelled on the album as The Passage Back of Life.

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