Mystery of Death

by Fatalism

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Moody Tuner
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Moody Tuner I like the minimal approach. The guitars have subtle details that shine through the waves of delay, listen for them. I like the offhanded quality of the vocal delivery. I always appreciate when a band delivers the goods without coming off as 'trying too hard'. Favorite track: Isle.
Mark-Oliver
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Mark-Oliver this kicks ass...! but in a very different way, like the xx join suicide playing their vision of bm. Favorite track: Isolde.
Travis Niemeyer
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Travis Niemeyer Almost as lovely as a naked lady crossing your path...wait...that's part of the package! Well hot damn! (Also, the physical release is neat as hell!)
I Am BSilcio
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I Am BSilcio Picture a gothic, death rockish, black metal band. You have Fatalism. Get into it. Favorite track: Isabelle.
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"The songs you will hear are really heavy but in a very ethereal sort of way. Mystery of Death is a perfect tape that should be shared with the world and has the power change the way people listen to music."
- Cvlt Nation

"Holy fuck this is some next level shit...wholly unique and goddamn perfect...this stuff is bleak, hard, and somehow still kinda catchy...Seriously, this is a killer fucking record. Hits all the right spots. Definitely keep an eye on this band."
- AntiGravity Bunny

"The impression created is of witnessing some ritual through a daze, unsure if what you’re seeing is real or the result of your fevered imagination....dark and ethereal, unlike anything I have heard before...Mystery Of Death is a release that defies easy categorisation, and, with refinement, could be the start of something very special."
- The Sound Not the Word

Debut release from ethereal gloom band Fatalism. Combining elements from diverse sources Neurosis, Alcest, Negative Plane, and Slowdive into a hypnotic ritual. Includes members of One Master and Morgirion, but marks a stark departure from either of those projects.

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released May 2, 2014

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Eternal Death

Record label based in New England, USA that focuses on black metal and other sinister forms of music.

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