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Songs of Torment, Songs of Joy
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Leif Edling has got to be one depressed dude.
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Not extremely progish, this one does have a few moments of prog leanings. I considered those leanings enough to include the band in the prog metal category.
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Reunions are getting to be a dime-a-dozen in the metal world these days, but occasionally they bear worthy fruit. The recent comebacks by Judas Priest and Exodus would be good examples of returns that worked, but this new record from the legendary Swedish doom metal band Candlemass is the best yet.
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I have no trouble declaring Sweden's Candlemass the best pure metal band on the planet right now. They have mastered their sound so thoroughly and risen above all obstacles in their path with such resolve that there is really no one to compare.
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