Intaglio have steadily delivered atmospheric funeral death doom metal in fifteen years.
Intaglio has always been a project that’s not afraid to push boundaries and set new standards in the genre. The extensive use of double bass and cello injects a unique character into the music.
It’s been almost 15 years since death doom act Intaglio released their debut album, and now they are back with some ambitious new material. The Memory Of Death is a demo single from the forthcoming new album currently in production.
The extensive use of double bass and cello injects a unique character into the recording, and is just one of many things that helps make the band stand out from its peers in death doom metal. Even though it’s only a demo, The Memory Of Death is a huge step up from the debut in terms of composition and production value.
A re-imagined version of the self-titled debut Intaglio album originally released in 2005. The new version contains parts and sounds that were not included in the original version of the album, which is now in their place as originally intended. Every second of all the original source tracks underwent restoration and processing using top-class digital and analog equipment.
Moreover, for the new version of the album, all drum parts were live recorded, without the use of triggering and sampling technologies, which is very rare nowadays. The album was restored and remixed by Evgeny Semenov (When Nothing Remains, Woe Unto Me, Sorrowful Land) at Slow Burn Studio, mastering was performed by Mika Jussila (Shape Of Despair, Isole, Unholy, Moonspell) at Finnvox Studios.
1 The Beginning = Начало
2 Dark Cherry Day = Темно-вишневый день
3 Interlude = Интерлюдия
4 Solitude = Одиночество
5 Wind Of Autumn = Ветер Осени