Boue records

Dead In The Water - In The End Of Hope

A band with a name such as Dead in the Water could make people suspicious of possible emo core influences. Luckily, this is not the case: no hair combed over faces or whining about parents who just don't understand, here. After a tasteful piano intro that nicely sets the tone for the rest of the record, it immediately becomes clear what we are dealing with: wonderful doom metal with black and death metal styled vocals. And, while the doom genre in general has practically bogged down (almost literally) in a standard of one single droning chord every five minutes accompanied by slow, immeasurably low singing, Dead In The Water has looked for a more lively approach that on the whole has more variety than your run of the mill doom.

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