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A day where I was feeling like discovering gothic metal I haven't listened to before, I came upon this album, Godless Beauty. I took a peak at the cover and the name and thought, "oh, it's look to be a great album, time to check it out," and sure enough I did. I started listening, immediately I heard death metal music. I kept listening, I noticed the riffing was not normal death metal riffing. At that point I could tell it was also gothic and doom metal! I kept listening, and listening. The music was really getting good. When I was done listening to the whole album, I labeled it as one of my favorite albums of melodic death metal, doom metal, and gothic metal. Done with the story, on to the review!
This album marks a significant change to Crematory's sound of previous records. Godless Beauty has less fast drumming and a lot less death metal. Cemetary decided to change their style to a more dramatic and melancholic death metal, mixing the elements of doom and gothic metal into the music, creating a gorgeous atmosphere. The riffing is groovy and melodic, in their previous albums it was not.
For 1993, this album is quite amazing. Firstly, it does not sound like it's from 1993. Secondly, it's way advanced compared to most death/doom/gothic metal bands. I can't name much doom, death, or gothic metal bands in 1993 that used so much melody in their music like Cemetary.
If you're someone who likes melodic death metal, death/doom, doom metal, or gothic metal, I recommend you check this album out! It's beyond amazing.