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The Morningside - The Wind, The Trees, and The Shadows of the Past (2007)


1. Intro
2. The Wind
3. The Trees
4. The Shadows Of The Past
5. Outro

This album embodies everything I enjoy about doom metal, slow weaving tracks that give a sense of being somewhat beyond yourself. When I listen to this, I feel as though I am lying in a massive forest, the sky is grey and rain falls, crashing into the ground. The Morningside simply comes through in being able to give feeling to their music, something many bands struggle to do.
The songs reach huge lengths, the word Epic comes to mind when thinking of their length. Truly one of the better albums that I've listened to.

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