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Enthral - The Mirror's Opposite End
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The Mirror's Opposite End

Enthral

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
1998
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Hot Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 80%)
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Band members
Espen Simonsen Guitars
Stian Aarstad Keyboards
Kjetil Hektoen Vocals, Drums
Gunnhild Bratset Guitars
Martin Rafoss Bass, Cello
Guest/Session
Ingrid Skretting Vocals (female)
Espen Simonsen Guitars
Stian Aarstad Keyboards
Kjetil Hektoen Vocals, Drums
Gunnhild Bratset Guitars
Martin Rafoss Bass, Cello
Ingrid Skretting Vocals (female)
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CD
Catalogue No.HR011

Enthral´s second full-length album, recorded at Frogner lyd March 1998 in about 10 days.
We had hoped to do something very different with “The Mirror´s Opposite End” and with the aid of Espen Simonsen on guitar and Stian Aarstad on synth, the music for this album became more atmospheric and melodic than previous releases. The sound would also be darker and more powerful. But the result was unfortunately far from what we had expected or hoped for, due to lots of reasons not even worth mentioning.
Anyway, despite crappy sound, the album received great critics and became a second chapter in the Enthral grimoire we in the end may be proud of. A remix has been discussed, but we will see what happens…

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