Funeral is the debut studio album by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire, released on September 14, 2004 by Merge Records. It was given its title because several band members had recently lost members of their families; Régine Chassagne's grandmother died in June 2003, Win and William Butler's grandfather (swing musician Alvino Rey) in February 2004, and Richard Reed Parry's aunts in April 2004.
Sentenced - The Funeral Album (2005).
Mental Funeral saw the band continue from where they had left off with the 1990 EP Retribution In Blood – whereas Autopsy had previously utilized doomy passages in their songs before, Mental Funeral sees them completely embrace that as both the dominant tempo and mood of the album. There are still faster passages here and there, invoking quite a bit of Celtic Frost influence, but even those moments absolutely drip with the vile atmosphere and feel that is part and parcel of the writing on here. This really is an outstanding album – I tend to go back and forth between this album and Severed Survival, but Autopsy on their early efforts were one of the best bands in all of death metal.
FUNERAL album with new vocalist Heljarmadr. His vitriolic snarl finds a perfect match in Lord Ahriman’s trademark riffing, and shines on the intense opening track, which would not have felt out of place on 1998's Vobiscum Satanas, as well as on the slower epic, As I Ascend, the diverse To Carve Another Wound, or the grim finale Where Shadows Forever Reign. The album was awarded twice, by Swedish P3 Guld & German Metal Hammer Award.
Funeral evokes sickness and death, but also understanding and renewal; childlike mystification, but also the impending coldness of maturity. your hand"), distinguishes the song as the album's towering centerpiece. Even in its darkest moments, Funeral exudes an empowering positivity.
The Funeral Album es el último disco de la banda Sentenced. Este disco intenta ser un disco de despedida "suicida". Archivo:The funeral album sentenced. May Today Become The Day" - 4:00. We Are But Falling Leaves" - 4:28. Her Last 5 Minutes" - 5:40. Where Waters Fall Frozen" - 0:58.
CreditsMatt Dorsett - Guitar
Funeral - Primary Artist
Mike Martt - Guitar, Vocals
John Neff - Bass
D. Thum - Drums