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Ashes to Ashes: Live (CD/DVD) [Live]

CandlemassAudio CD
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  • Audio CD (June 29, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Nuclear Blast Records
  • ASIN: B0038KHTH6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #272,059 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Dark are the Veils of Death
2. Samarithan
3. If I Ever Die
4. Hammer of Doom
5. At the Gallows' End
6. Emperor of the Void
7. The Bleeding Baroness
8. A Sorcerer's Pledge
9. Solitude
10. Kill the King
Disc: 2
1. Mirror Mirror (DVD)
2. Samarithan (DVD)
3. At the Gallows' End (DVD)
4. If I Ever Die (DVD)
5. Hammer of Doom (DVD)
6. Dark are the Veils of Death (DVD)
7. Demon's Gate (DVD)
8. Emperor of the Void (DVD)
9. Man of Shadows (DVD)
10. The Bleeding Baroness (DVD)
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Editorial Reviews

This DVD/CD set features the complete Candlemass live experience! Included is the Sweden Rock Festival set, plus a club show at Club Gagarin Athens and interview. Also included are Sweden Rock and Athens photo albums.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Candlemass at the top of their game October 25, 2010
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What more can be said about Candlemass? They are the quintessential doom metal band and their album "NightFall" should be required listening for any true metal head. Their evil riffs and sinister lyrics even rival that of the mighty Black Sabbath. They continue to put out quality music and this DVD\CD is no exception. The DVD contains the shows from the Sweden Rock Festival 2009 and their Greek tour, "No Sleep 'til Athens", while the CD is just "Sweden Rock Festival".

Sweden Rock Festival: The video quality is excellent and almost looks like High Definition. The audio quality is superb as well and is mixed in 5.1 surround. They play 9 songs total; some from the Messiah era as well as a few new ones from "King of the Gray Islands" and "Death Magic Doom". Robs voice is a perfect match for Candlemass and he proves he is a worthy successor to Messiah. I really enjoyed hearing his versions of the old classics but he really shines on the "Death Magic Doom" songs. The stand out for me was "Hammer of Doom". The live version totally blows the album version away without question. The last song "Kill the King" was a very pleasant surprise. They did Rainbows classic quite well in my opinion and Robs vocals remind me very much of Dios(R.I.P). My only complaints about this concert is that they only played 10 songs, which was kind of a bummer, and that the audience wasn't that into it. Come on people this is Candlemass!

No Sleep 'till Athens: This show was performed in a smaller venue then "Sweden Rock Festival" but the audience was much more into the show this time. This performance was more raw and intimate but the audio and video quality was worse. The video quality was comparable to a decent bootleg. Another thing that sets this show apart from the other is the set list.
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Candlemass' fourth live recording is a beast of a doom metal album. Chockablock full of towering doom-laden guitar licks, destructive leads, and exceptional solos, "Ashes To Ashes" is as dense as it is heavy. And the heck of it all is, the album features bareably minimal crowd interference. The 2010 recording opens with "Dark Are The Veils Of Death," which begins with only the slightest bit of crowd noise before morphing into a brutal barrage of bludgeoning, booming riffs iced off by frontman Robert Lowe's soaring, Iron Maiden-meets-Strapping Young Lad-esque vocals. And the rest of the set's first half plays like more of the same, with thunderous, lurching rhythms, plodding tempos, and churning, Sabbath-gone-haywire riffing. But there are some exceptions to this rule, as evidenced by the unorthodoxly blistering guitar solo in "If I Ever Die," and the ever-so-aptly entitled "Hammer Of Doom," which is another huge standout track. It begins with some ominously looming guitar harmonies before huge, commanding, pure doom riffage comes smashing through the mix, thus making the number and uncompromisingly brutal one. And it is further highlighted by a tempo change around the four-and-a-half minute mark, which is where the band switches to an up-tempo guitar chug and ripping solo.

"Emperor Of The Void," which opens with some catchy "wah-wah" guitar licks before segueing into pure doom territory with pounding, lumbering, bone-crunching riffage (and uncorks a great, nearly 30-second-long, whammy bar-drenched guitar solo for good measure), would be the indisputable highlight of the album's latter half, if not for two towering epics.
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