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2011 album from the Finnish Heavy Metal heads. One For Sorrow is such an amalgamation of styles that pigeonholing them into a single category would be to rob the band of its true complexity and ignore the very essence of its sound. Recalling Art-Metal titans Cult Of Luna at one turn and brutal visionaries Amon Amarth at others, One for Sorrow displays the true musical breadth of a band that has clearly come into its own.
|1. Inertia 3:43|
|2. Through the Shadow 4:32|
|3. Song of the Blackest Bird 7:29|
|4. Only One Who Waits 5:18|
|5. Unsung 5:04|
|6. Every Hour Wounds 5:24|
|7. Decoherence 3:18|
|8. Lay the Ghost to Rest 7:46|
|9. Regain the Fire 4:26|
|10. One for Sorrow|
I'm an old dude who grew up on metal. Back then it was all about Maiden and such and so melody and an awesome voice were vital. Read morePublished 19 months ago by AJSinnz
Insomnium delivers from front to back. If you're a fan of melodic death metal at all, you'll love this album.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
Like every Insomnium album, this delivers with great songwriting and musicianship, while failing in post production. These guys should find a new studio.Published 23 months ago by Ahbin
My first mp3 album by insomnium which i loved so much.
I wanted to buy actual CD and placed an order but they didn't have it in stock.
I'll have to wait for it.
Probably one if their best albums yet! It has the strikingly beautiful melody mixed with the powerful riffs that you have come to expect from this incredible band.Published on February 6, 2013 by James Odinson
It's strange, Insomnium's albums usually sound so clean and crisp, with many musical layers able to be heard. Read morePublished on January 7, 2013 by Seth McKee
I'm new to Insomnium, and listening to this for the first time I should just be loving it, but I noticed a higher frequency buzz that was beginning to make my ears hurt. Read morePublished on August 17, 2012 by Matt
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