When the nights get long and the cold sets in, everyone who lives in the far north of the world wants a beautiful winter. If they listen to the band Shroud Of Bereavement they could listen to a beautiful winter as it`s the new album from this very good band. An album with progressive neo-classical death/doom and FFO : My Dying Bride, Shape Of Despair, Theatre Of Tragedy. The band is located in New Hampshire in
Shroud Of Bereavement ia a darkened musical vision created in 1995 by founding member Dan Robinson incorporating neo – classical elements such as piano, violin, cello, acoustic guitar, and female vocals layered with modern death, doom, and progressive metal. After a decade of tedious work, the new album A Beautiful Winter is now finally done.
2. Amber Skies: Shadows Of My Becoming 13:36
3. An Unfamiliar Embrace
4. Bury Me In Silence
5. A Beautiful Winter
6. Sorrow And Certainty
7. Amber Skies Part 1 Video Edit 07:38
8. Amber Skies Part 2: Shadows Of My Becoming 05:18
Shroud of Bereavement’s music is akin to attending a funeral for everyone you have ever loved. The Boston-based group achieves this moribund feeling by incorporating all the right musical elements: cellos, piano, violin, and dual female vocal harmonies layered on top of harsh death vocals, played at the pace of mile-long funeral procession.