Downfall (Solitude Aeturnus album)

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Downfall
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Studio album by Solitude Aeturnus
Released May 1996
Recorded 1995-1996, Regal Studios, Dallas, USA
Length44:07
Label Massacre Records
Producer Dave Osbourn & Solitude Aeturnus
Solitude Aeturnus chronology
Through the Darkest Hour
(1994)
Downfall
(1996)
Adagio
(1998)

Downfall is the fourth album by Solitude Aeturnus. It was re-released as a double CD together with Through the Darkest Hour .

Solitude Aeturnus is an American epic doom metal band that was started in spring 1987 as Solitude, in Arlington, Texas. Their vocalist, Robert Lowe, was also the singer for the influential doom metal band Candlemass between 2007 and 2012. Former bassist Lyle Steadham is now guitarist and lead vocalist for the horror punk/psychobilly band Ghoultown.

<i>Through the Darkest Hour</i> album

Through the Darkest Hour is the third album by Solitude Aeturnus. It was re-released as a double-CD with Downfall.

Track listing

  1. "Phantoms" (5:58)
  2. "Only This (And Nothing More)" (5:25)
  3. "Midnight Dreams" (6:06)
  4. "Together and Wither" (5:37)
  5. "Elysium" (3:08)
  6. "Deathwish" (2:15) (Cover Christian Death)
  7. "These Are the Nameless" (5:24)
  8. "Chapel of Burning" (4:25)
  9. "Concern" (6:16)

Credits

Line-up:


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