As You're Vanishing In Silence Goth, Folk All My Faith Lost... This is an Italian due that have much experience behind them. They have had lots of gigs, mostly in Italy, they've been on a couple of samplers and they have released a CDR on a small Italian label. The music differs from the most common Cold Meat acts since there is no noise or disharmony in the music. It's calm and harmonic music that sometimes gets more depth by the melancholic melodies and the soft singing. The singing is almost like a whisper, like Viola and Fredrico are afraid of disturbing the music with their own voices. I give this record a good grade just because the music is so great. This is music that will have plenty of time in my stereo. This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com 450
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All My Faith Lost... - As You're Vanishing In Silence

8.0
"Great"
Released 2005 by Cold Meat Industry
This is an Italian due that have much experience behind them. They have had lots of gigs, mostly in Italy, they've been on a couple of samplers and they have released a CDR on a small Italian label. The music differs from the most common Cold Meat acts since there is no noise or disharmony in the music.

It's calm and harmonic music that sometimes gets more depth by the melancholic melodies and the soft singing. The singing is almost like a whisper, like Viola and Fredrico are afraid of disturbing the music with their own voices.

I give this record a good grade just because the music is so great. This is music that will have plenty of time in my stereo.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

John Wikström

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