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The Garden Of Unearthly Delights

by Cathedral

The Garden Of Unearthly Delights by Cathedral

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The Garden Of Unearthly Delights

by Cathedral

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Label: Nuclear Blast
On this 2006 installment, Lee Dorrian's long-running Brit warlocks open in the Garden of Eden, get riffy and Sabbathy for tunes like "North Berwick Witch Trials," then go into the lovely demi-acoustic thingamabob "Fields of Zagara." Soon some zoomy space-rock called "Beneath a Funeral Sun" is followed by the 27-minute prog monstrosity "The Garden" (Eden again), which switches all over the place, sometimes as an opera lady helps out. At the 16-minute mark, a funky little disco break comes in, then, after some whispery Alice Cooper horror soundtracking, a little jig part. Pretentious but fun.

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On this 2006 installment, Lee Dorrian's long-running Brit warlocks open in the Garden of Eden, get riffy and Sabbathy for tunes like "North Berwick Witch Trials," then go into the lovely demi-acoustic thingamabob "Fields of Zagara." Soon some zoomy space-rock called "Beneath a Funeral Sun" is followed by the 27-minute prog monstrosity "The Garden" (Eden again), which switches all over the place, sometimes as an opera lady helps out. At the 16-minute mark, a funky little disco break comes in, then, after some whispery Alice Cooper horror soundtracking, a little jig part. Pretentious but fun.

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About This Album

On this 2006 installment, Lee Dorrian's long-running Brit warlocks open in the Garden of Eden, get riffy and Sabbathy for tunes like "North Berwick Witch Trials," then go into the lovely demi-acoustic thingamabob "Fields of Zagara." Soon some zoomy space-rock called "Beneath a Funeral Sun" is followed by the 27-minute prog monstrosity "The Garden" (Eden again), which switches all over the place, sometimes as an opera lady helps out. At the 16-minute mark, a funky little disco break comes in, then, after some whispery Alice Cooper horror soundtracking, a little jig part. Pretentious but fun.