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Origin Country: Sweden
Style Genre: Doom Metal
Audio Bitrate: Lossless
Audio Codec: Flac (.flac)
Rip Type: Track+.cue
Length: 0:52:17
Catalog ID: 27361 39150
Label: Nuclear Blast
Visit: The Doomsday Kingdom Social Page
Size: 600.9 MB

About this Album

Like the EP that Candlemass released last year, The Doomsday Kingdom’s debut album makes us wonder if there is honestly any difference between the various bands led by bassist Leif “The Doomfather” Edling. They all feature different lineups of musicians, but their styles usually don’t venture far from the semi-epic doom format pioneered by Candlemass and Krux since the 2000s. Fortunately, The Doomsday Kingdom proves that while Leif has a specific way of doing things, he still happens to be damn good at it.

With the guitars and drums exerting the familiar heavy yet melodic sound, the wild card on The Doomsday Kingdom ends up being vocalist Niklas Stålvind. Edling has always had a good ear for singers, but Stålvind’s voice is more nasal and ramshackle than his more operatic standards. As someone who was never sold on the Wolf, I think the vocals here take some getting used to, but they eventually show a wide range and expression. Of course, they also manage to make the lyrics of songs like “Spoonful of Darkness” even more corny than they already were.

There’s also a lot of variety in the songwriting, which also reinforces the feeling that this album is some sort of Leif Edling greatest hits. “Silent Kingdom” starts things off in an almost power metal fashion with a wide chorus in the style of “Emperor of the Void,” “Never Machine” features one of his more eccentric vocal lines, and “Hand Of Hell” is another chug based on “Symptom of the Universe” in the vein of “Elephant Star” and “Black Dwarf.” “See You Tomorrow” is also a highlight, as its gentle piano-driven homage to “Fluff” makes it sound like it should be on the latest Avatarium album.

In many ways, The Doomsday Kingdom’s debut album sounds like a Candlemass album in disguise. While there are times when one wonders what kept Mats Leven from singing on this one, it provides fans with everything they love about the band and its various descendants. The powerful riffs make up for the times when the vocals are a bit shaky, and the songwriting makes it worth revisiting. When an album scratches doom metal as well as this one does, it really doesn’t matter what name it’s under.

The Doomsday Kingdom Tracklist

  • 1. Silent Kingdom (5:12)
  • 2. The Never Machine (6:36)
  • 3. A Spoonful Of Darkness (5:51)
  • 4. See You Tomorrow (4:37)
  • 5. The Sceptre (7:19)
  • 6. Hand Of Hell (5:59)
  • 7. The Silence (7:27)
  • 8. The God Particle (9:17)

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