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If already a fan of Décembre Noir, surprises won't be abundant, and Your Sunset My Sunrise decisively will deliver in droves. It's musically and lyrically sorrowful, with the right balance of death and doom to satisfy both desires more than adequately. While conversely there isn't anything profoundly new and boundary pushing on offer, we won't go as far as stating that they've gotten too comfortable with their well-trodden approach. However, these ears would love to see their slower doom side explored more predominantly, as these sentimental moments see the band at their most poignant. That said, in an increasingly competitive landscape filled with quality music of this particular breadth, Décembre Noir maintains their place in the upper echelon; an ever reliable avenue that our sensibilities will continue to steadfastly roam down.
If already a fan of Décembre Noir, surprises won't be abundant, and Your Sunset My Sunrise decisively will deliver in droves. It's musically and lyrically sorrowful, with the right balance of death and doom to satisfy both desires more than adequately. While conversely there isn't anything profoundly new and boundary pushing on offer, we won't go as far as stating that they've gotten too comfortable with their well-trodden approach. However, these ears would love to see their slower doom side explored more predominantly, as these sentimental moments see the band at their most poignant. That said, in an increasingly competitive landscape filled with quality music of this particular breadth, Décembre Noir maintains their place in the upper echelon; an ever reliable avenue that our sensibilities will continue to steadfastly roam down.
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Your Sunset / My Sunrise
Artist: Decembre Noir
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $21.98
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1. Dead End: May
2. Against the Daylight
3. Your Sunset

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If already a fan of Décembre Noir, surprises won't be abundant, and Your Sunset My Sunrise decisively will deliver in droves. It's musically and lyrically sorrowful, with the right balance of death and doom to satisfy both desires more than adequately. While conversely there isn't anything profoundly new and boundary pushing on offer, we won't go as far as stating that they've gotten too comfortable with their well-trodden approach. However, these ears would love to see their slower doom side explored more predominantly, as these sentimental moments see the band at their most poignant. That said, in an increasingly competitive landscape filled with quality music of this particular breadth, Décembre Noir maintains their place in the upper echelon; an ever reliable avenue that our sensibilities will continue to steadfastly roam down.
        
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