“Into The Oblivion Tragedy” by Denial Price comes off rather different than their other release “Farewell Within Remains” (which is also reviewed this month). This disc has a more morose, somber tone and hints at perhaps bands such as Candlemass or Solitude Aeturnus for inspiration along with the previously mentioned Fates Warning.
The riffs of Vasilis on “”Candle Tears” are meat and potatoes straight ahead metal. “Black Dust” is included on this disc as it is on “Farewell Within Remains”. On this disc, my personal favorite is the title cut “Into The Oblivion Tragedy”. Very doom-laden but with thick guitar leads even with the low-budget production. Closing track “Let My People Go” could have been a Queensryche track early in their career. Overall, the Denial Price discs are different by a few shades, but both are interesting nonetheless.
Sirens Of A New War
Into The Oblivion Tragedy
Let My People Go