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My Dying Bride

Release date:
May 30th, 2011
Catalog ID:
Peaceville Records
6 reviews (avg. 50%)
Disc 1
1. In Your Dark Pavilion 10:04   Show lyrics
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2. You Are Not the One Who Loves Me 06:48   Show lyrics
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3. Of Lilies Bent with Tears 07:11   Show lyrics
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4. The Distance, Busy with Shadows 10:47   Show lyrics
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5. Of Sorry Eyes in March 10:34   Show lyrics
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Disc 2
1. Vanité Triomphante 12:21   Show lyrics
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2. That Dress and Summer Skin 09:39   Show lyrics
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3. And Then You Go 09:22   Show lyrics
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4. A Hand of Awful Rewards 10:21   instrumental
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Disc 3
1. The Music of Flesh 07:05   Show lyrics
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2. Seven Times She Wept 04:06   Show lyrics
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3. The Burning Coast of Regnum Italicum 11:50   Show lyrics
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4. She Heard My Body Dying 08:31   Show lyrics
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5. And All Their Joy Was Drowned 10:15   Show lyrics
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Band members
Aaron Stainthorpe Vocals
Jonny Maudling Keyboards
Lucie Roche Soprano Vocals
Alice Pembroke Viola
Johan Baum Cello
Miscellaneous staff
Aaron Stainthorpe Cover Art
Jonny Maudling Keyboards
Lucie Roche Soprano Vocals
Alice Pembroke Viola
Johan Baum Cello
Aaron Stainthorpe Cover Art
Read A Complete Disappointment 40% EndlessTorment December 23rd, 2013
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Read My Dying Bride - Evinta 30% ThrashManiacAYD September 28th, 2011
Read A sad... sad... pitiful... 40% BassPatriot July 3rd, 2011
Read A bold, but ultimately... 45% lord_ghengis June 23rd, 2011
Read Moribund mood music from... 81% joncheetham88 June 5th, 2011

To commemorate two decades of doom and gloom from My Dying Bride, the band embarked upon a special project to re-work familiar melodies and themes from their extensive catalogue into long, flowing symphonic compositions, incorporating new vocals and passages from Aaron Stainthorpe. Sharing vocals is professional opera singer Lucie Roche, a talented soprano from France.

These arrangements have been brought to life in co-operation with keyboard maestro Johnny Maudling (of Bal-Sagoth fame) as well as a clutch of talented classical musicians and will be released on May 30th as 'Evinta', as a 2 disc set & also a deluxe 3-disc edition with 64 page book, inspired by My Dying Bride's illustrious recordings of the past two decades.

A deluxe edition (3 Discs) including 64 page 12” hard-back book and additional disc of Evinta recordings (Evinta 3)
A 2-CD* limited edition, in a digibook format with 24 page booklet for independent retailers
A less expensive 2-CD* edition for general retail (UK and overseas chain stores), in a jewel-case format

*2CD edition features CD 1 & 2 from the Deluxe (3 Disc) edition.

Audio from Disc 3 will see an eventual release in the future.

Added by: Evil_Duck_ Modified by: RainandRoses
Added on: 2011-04-08 03:14:23 Last modified on: 2014-06-07 06:08:23