New Omnium Gatherum Song
2011-01-06 by Whispered4tw | 15 Comments
Finnish melodic death metallers Omnium Gatherum have released the music video for their new track 'Soul Journeys', which is taken from the band's fifth album, entitled 'New World Shadows'.

The new Dan Swanö-produced album 'New World Shadow' will be out on February 9th through Lifeforce.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNufsc8kA1o
Tagged: Omnium Gatherum

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Whispered4tw
January 6th 2011
629 Comments


We might be looking at the first proper Melodic Death Metal album of 2011. Actually, I'm quite hyped for this. It has received splendid reviews so far.

Ponton
Emeritus
January 6th 2011
5820 Comments


yeah looking forward to this

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Crysis
Staff Reviewer
January 6th 2011
16478 Comments


I've heard a few albums by this band but don't remember liking them that much. Growls reminds me a lot of Be'Lakor. The song was pretty good, probably going to get this when it's out.

Ticondaroga
January 6th 2011
231 Comments


Their last album was pretty shit but who knows maybe this will be better.

Ulsufyring
January 6th 2011
1724 Comments


keyboards blew, vocals snored

Zion
January 6th 2011
812 Comments


Checking it out now, setting aside my hatred for latin band names.

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
January 6th 2011
8391 Comments


Yeah this was surprisingly good, considering that these guys, to me, have always been "that finnish band (who sound like every other finnish metal band)"

Scoot
January 6th 2011
17914 Comments


band is pretty good

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TheFantasticDangler
January 7th 2011
1174 Comments


liked the song, like a few song off the red shift, ill def check this when it comes out

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Nomos
January 7th 2011
865 Comments


Shit, this is great stuff. Was going through melodeath drought after hearing too much IF and Soilwork.

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
January 7th 2011
19067 Comments


Dan Swano is the fucking man, anything he touches is gold.

I usually dislike most melodeath, but that song was great. I'll definitely check this out.

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Nomos
January 7th 2011
865 Comments


Listened a dozen times over. If the rest is this quality...then damn...this is going to be a fine album.

Wolfhorde
January 8th 2011
13688 Comments


Despite the song being a tad repetetive, the keys being annoying sometimes and the vid being crappy I'm gonna look into this 'cause I loved the first effort of these guys.

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Pyosisified
January 8th 2011
2450 Comments


lol this band

Nomos
January 8th 2011
865 Comments


I don't find it repetitive at all. Then again, I'm not expecting it to be progressive in any way. Keys were fine too.



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