3 Inces of Blood

Destruction of the Void Count Raven - Destruction of the Void (Hellhound) 1992

1. "Until Death Do Us Part" (7:46)
2. "Hippies Triumph" (4:51)
3. "Destruction of the Void" (4:45)
4. "Let the Dead Bury the Dead" (5:48)
5. "Northern Lights" (3:51)
6. "Leaving the Warzone" (6:59)
7. "Angel of Death" (7:11)
8. "Final Journey" (6:59)
9. "No Ones Hero" (4:53)
10. "Europa" [instrumental] (4:00)

"Destruction of the Void" is traditional doom metal with a big nod to Black Sabbath. The music is slow and dreary with vocals that come close to cloning Ozzy. However, the songs seem to be a bit more epic sounding than Black Sabbath, so the vocals are easily overlooked. Doom fans should eat this album up. From he opening moments of "Until Death Do Us Part" through "No Ones Hero", "Destruction of the Void" is exactly what any doom fan could want. The album finishes with an eerie, keyboard heavy instrumental dirge. The mood is somber and melancholy. Not sure how else to describe it. "Destruction of the Void" is a solid, moody, heavy, doom album. Kick back, turn on your lava lamp. crank up the stereo and enjoy.

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