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Cambian Dawn : Cambian Dawn




This second demo from UK doomsters Cambian Dawn contains both tracks from their previous (quite recent) demo plus one extra track. The much-improved sound quality justifies completely the re-recording of those tracks, because the compositions are of a high quality songwriting-wise.

The tracks are very catchy, with very interesting hooks and groovy riffs incorporating both stoner and doom elements. 'Post Millenium Blues' is more uptempo and groovin’ while 'Futile Existence' (my favourite track on this demo) is slow and gloomy and has a huge doom-hit potential. The last track 'Taste the Misery' is again more uptempo and rocking.

The sound quality is still not excellent (the sound is somewhat murky and obscure), but the improvement compared to the garage quality of the first demo is obvious. However, the excellent songwriting makes this demo worth to check out for fans of bands ranging from The Obsessed, 'Sabbath and 'Vitus to Kyuss and Cathedral.

Reviewer's rating: Unrated

Information

Tracklist :
1. Post Millennium Blues
2. Futile Existence
3. Taste the Misery

Duration : Approx. 16 minutes

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Reviewed on ??-??-???? by Kostas Panagiotou
Vanha - Black Lion
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