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  • Audio CD (September 14, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: The End Records
  • ASIN: B0002RQ31Q
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,411 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Only The End Of The World
2. Even The Vultures Have Moved On (A Tragic Love Story)
3. The Delores Lesion
4. Ether
5. Follow Through
6. Desolation Breeds
7. Dark-Haired Girl
8. Fragments Of My Reflection

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From the grip of "Only the End of the World Again" this album will pull you on ward.
B. Peever
Pummeling drums, heavy guitars, switching from growling and a unique clean singing voice, keyboards in the background, all make for some quality metal.
IcemanJ
It's just an amazing album and if you, the reader, like any sort of melodic/death metal, you will want this album!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By IcemanJ VINE VOICE on September 16, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I discovered this very obscure, unsigned band a couple years ago with the help of their promotion on certain metal forums. Their first two albums were self-released: "The Earth Gods" which was alright but the production was atrocious, and "Memorial" which is an amazing metal album, the production was better but still not polished. I knew this band had lots of potential, and someday they would get signed to a great company and get the attention they deserved. Soon enough, they landed a deal with pretty much my favorite record company and place to order CDs- The End Records! It made perfect sense, there were plenty of similar bands there, and I knew all along The End was the perfect label for them. Anyways, on to the music.

This album's production is finally top-notch. Pummeling drums, heavy guitars, switching from growling and a unique clean singing voice, keyboards in the background, all make for some quality metal.

The first song starts off with a kick in the face with sudden really intense growling vocals. Couldn't be better. :) "Even the Vultures Have Moved On" adds some clean singing, and is a very powerful and solid track. My favorite song is probably "Follow Through," it just really gets the adrenaline pumping every time; it's really fast paced, excellent riffs, excellent keyboard playing in the background, kind of atmospheric during the verses, it's just all the great elements of the band rolled into one song. "Ether" is a short, quiet, atmospheric instrumental, very nice to throw in between the heavy songs. "Dark Haired Girl" is a very soft balled/duet with female vocals and keyboard set to sound like violins, also a nice change. The last track is the longest and mostly heavy but then fades out with a nice piano outro.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Navona on October 20, 2004
Format: Audio CD
You may not know them now ... but you will. `The Delores Lesion' is but an introduction to the entity that is Lilitu. Compelled by melodic guitar work, intense drums, and vocals that fluctuate between frantic screaming and pure untainted singing, one would not expect to find this band hailing from the deep south of America. Many may find themselves comparing Lilitu to many European metal bands; to me there is no comparison. You can sense their European influences, yet they are an entity unto themselves. The album opens with a great force that later progresses to a more refined and melodious sound that, in the end, leaves you with a realization you have just listened to something exemplary. The music is layered, often adding an atmospheric hue with the addition of keyboards and additional vocals. Though short, `The Delores Lesion' is well worth your time.~HEIDIjake
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By The Wilson on December 30, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Alright i held off for about a year to write this review, and within that time this cd has gone down into my fav. albums of my life, simply perfect!...

it goes from anywhere between Dark Tranquillity vibe, To a soft (YET!) metal feel (but i cant relate it to anyone).. as a matter of fact im listening to Lilitu writing this review "Follow Through" thats a soft song and very catchy

(*note* when i say soft i mean singing)

(since theres no samples ill try to break down the sounds)

Vocals- Are Raspy Mid-ranged screams- most compared to Demonoid's vocals (but lilitu's is more raspy screaming)

Guitars- (my fav. part of the album)The guitars go from Death metal riffing to Melodic touches of Dark Tranquillity then in some songs more of a Hard Rock sound mainly cause its open strumming... and as for there solos they have a heart felt classic rock feel mixed with some pretty fast shreds

Drums/bass- They really do some experimenting so to speak they go from blazing blast beats to jazz throughout the album (but depending on what genre u listen to the blast beats arnt as fast as say Behemoth or 1349)

Keyboards- very minimual use, and the songs arnt over drentched with the keyboards but just enough to create a great soundscape and trigger ur emotions to what they want u to feel..

now add all these together and you have yourself Lilitu

all in all I have nothing but praise for this band, this album is not like any other melodic death metal act simply because Lilitu used their own sound and crafted it to their likeing... do your self a favor buy this, and see for your self... Honestly my favorite album in a long time.. PERIOD!.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Aticus on January 25, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I first heard of Lilitu from my friend on MySpace.com and this is when I first heard of them. Since then, this unknown band from Georgia has made it to my top 5 favorite bands. They have a style like most melodic metal bands but it's just perfected. They go from a soft piano rift to the lead singer (Derek Bonner) comes in with a pure great death metal scream in Desolation Breeds. The Delores Lesion has a guest female singer who has an amazing talent for Gothic singing. She sings in that song's chorus as a duet. Not only is this band soft but they have great death metal songs including Even The Vultures Have Moved On and Only The End Of The World Again. The only problem I had with this album was that fact that it's only 8 tracks (even tho a lot of songs are over 4:30 minutes) and Ether was (personally) a waste of space. In the song Dark Haired Girl, the lead singer sings the entire song and it sounds amazing! Follow Through and Fragments Of My Reflection are also good with him singing and yet again going all out in a death metal scream. Any fan of... I can't even relate them to any other band I've heard (besides the band I'm in). It's just an amazing album and if you, the reader, like any sort of melodic/death metal, you will want this album! A must for any collection!

PS: I've tried to order the Memories album from their website and yet to have a responce. It's a shame really. Unhallowed By Thy Shame their best song...

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