Wordless Hope

by Inborn Suffering

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Milo Really hitting the spot, one of the best, modern doom metal acts. Favorite track: Monolith.
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Jared Shaw An album full of slow, melodic riffs, with both brooding growled and spoken word style vocals. Great for those who love doom metal!
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Some guy Exceptional death-doom. Juxtaposes the slow and mournful with the fast and agonizing perfectly. Acoustic guitar adds a great flourish. Drums are dynamic and varied throughout. As far as I'm concerned this stands among the greats of the genre. It's truly a shame this band is defunct. Fans of Morgion and early Anathema should be all over it. Favorite track: Thorn Of Deceit.
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Gibbs Excellent heavy guitars, real drums, and vocals that vary from gruff to spoken to clean.
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The long-awaited re-issue of the cult album by French band Inborn Suffering which was originally released in 2006 and is currently sold out. «Wordless Hope» has gained a lot of positive feedback from critics and music fans and has become a perfect example of melodic doom death metal revealing the best features of the genre. Atmospheric and sorrowful music by Inborn Suffering filled with memorable melodies and deep senses is echoing in thousands of hearts of doom metal fans. If you haven’t managed to get this small masterpiece to your collection yet Solitude Productions gives you a chance with this re-release associated with the release of the brand new Inborn Suffering album!


released August 6, 2012



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