|Title:||Esoteric Emotions - The Death Of Ignorance|
|Style:||Funeral Doom Metal, Death Metal|
|Other format:||WMA MP4 XM ADX AA TTA DXD|
Esoteric throw elements of doom metal, death metal, psychedelic rock, prog rock, experimental/noise music, ambient, and classic rock into the blender and hit puree. While there are superfast death metal sections interspersed with the druggy doom crawl, this album is still incredibly out there-this is metal for exploring the furthest reaches of hyperspace. I really hope that this album gets reissued so that more people can hear it. It’s not just a crowning achievement of doom metal; it transcends the genre to become one of the great twisted classics of the psychedelic underground.
Epistomological Despondency is the first studio album by British doom metal band Esoteric. The album was released in 1994 as a double CD through Aesthetic Death Records, and was remastered and reissued in 2004. Bryan Beck – Bass guitar, fretless bass, effects and bass synth. Gordon Bicknell – Lead guitar, effects, samples, synth.
Nom du groupe Esoteric (UK). Nom de l'album Esoteric Emotions - The Death of Ignorance. Date de parution 1993. Membres possèdant cet album12. 3. Enslavers of the Insecure. 6. Infanticidal Fantasies.
Demo album by Esoteric. Expectations of Love. The Laughter Of The Ignorant.
Features Song Lyrics for Esoteric's Esoteric Emotions - The Death Of Ignorance album. Esoteric - Esoteric Emotions - The Death Of Ignorance Album Lyrics.
Engineered by Alex Tepper. Concepts, communication. Throughout our childhood, we live in fear. Of all that we hear, never-ending tears: Ignorance so absolute, within their minds so small. Into the depths of their shadows we fall. To live and breathe in sadness, pain and agony. Their mendacious emotions, race through me, Feeling love and hate for someone untrue. My cauldron of life, my feelings subdue.
The Death of Ignorance (1993). Epistemological Despondency (1994). Esoteric Emotions - The Death of Ignorance is the debut demo album by the British doom metal band Esoteric. Noted for its usage of effects pedals, something not commonly used in metal music up to that point in time, the demo would obtain the attention of independent label Aesthetic Death, who issued the band's first two albums Epistemological Despondency and The Pernicious Enigma. The demo was released by the band in small runs on cassette only, and in 2000 it was reissued on CD-R through the band,.
|3||Enslavers Of The Insecure||8:44|
|5||Eyes Of Darkness||16:48|
|7||Expectations Of Love||8:15|
|8||The Laughter Of The Ignorant||7:14|
|none||Esoteric||Esoteric Emotions - The Death Of Ignorance (Cass)||Not On Label (Esoteric Self-released)||none||UK||1993|
|none||Esoteric||Esoteric Emotions - The Death Of Ignorance (CDr, RE, Unofficial)||Analogic Uberleben||none||UK||Unknown|
|ESO-1||Esoteric||Esoteric Emotions - The Death Of Ignorance (CDr, Ltd, RM)||Not On Label (Esoteric Self-released)||ESO-1||UK||2000|