This is some exquisite funeral doom here; Mistress of the Dead is an obscure cult band who on this album play a mix of saddened funeral doom and ambient to produce one of the more intriguing and moving albums I've heard this year. There is also quite a variety of sound themes here, after the somber journey of the first track the second one takes you to a place darker than that described in Catacomb's music (no exaggeration, I was pleasantly surprised) for example. I would only recommend this album to seasoned funeral doom fans.
|1.||I Know Her Face from the Tombstone||16:51|
|2.||Embracing Silent Death||14:26|
|3.||Only Ashes and Remembrance||15:09|
|4.||Tragical Smell of Grave Flowers (...is weeping for Your death...)||19:03|
|Total playing time||01:05:29|