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Doom Death Metal aus Frankreich. Traurig, Melancholisch mit unglaublicher Atmosphäre. Das einstündige Album ist jedem Fan von My Dying Bride, Mourning Beloved, Empyrium oder auch Solitude Aeturnus wärmstens zu empfehlen! Ganz großes Düster Kino!!!

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Die Band aus Paris hat sich einem Dark/Death/Doom Metal Gemisch gewidmet und kann schon auf ihrem ersten Longplayer überzeugen. "Wordless Hope" besticht in seinen besten Phasen durch ein abwechslungsreiches Zusammenspiel von langsamen, melancholisch mitreißenden Doom Parts und Mid-Tempo Passagen, in denen die Gitarren schneller und härter angeschlagen werden. Dazu wird gegrowlt, um die Trauer in den Stücken greifbarer zu machen (man kann aber auch clean sprechen, wie sich später noch zeigt). Gleich im ersten Stück, einem 11 1/2 Minüter sind es vor allem die Übergänge und Tempowechsel, die sehr gelungen sind, während man sich von den melancholischen Strukturen eigentlich nur tragen lassen muss. Nach dem Opener läuft der Rest von alleine. Wenn man sich in das Album fallen lässt, wird man in einem Tal voller Trauer und Hoffnungslosigkeit versinken. Kein Song, der irgendwie annähernd als Ausfall zu bewerten wäre. Für ein Debüt ist "Wordless Hope" ganz stark geworden und wird jeden Freund von deathigen Doom Klängen erfreuen. Selbst wenn man den Franzosen vorwerfen würde, sie wären nicht allzu innovativ, so machen sie diese Gedanken beim Hören wieder zunichte. Reinhören! -- Amboss Magazin - Januar 2007

France has a pretty strong underground doom metal scene going on and one these highly interesting acts coming from there have to be Inborn Suffering. Being a fan of their music since their demo days i can say that i was waiting for their debut album so badly to come out, and guess what, "Wordless Hope" is finally out to entrance your senses with its sorrowful and emotional melodic doom/death metal.

"Wordless Hope" was recorded with the old line-up of the band (some changes followed in this factor afterwards) which entered the studio to give the album its final form and here it is, powerful and melancholic, ready to accompany many of your sleepless nights. The album opens with a composition named "This Is Who We Are" and what a title! Inborn Suffering show in an exceptional manner who they really are and what they intend to achieve in the near future, placing the traces on which they will step with "Wordless Hope".

When you hold an album on your hands for the first time the first thing to do is to stare at the cover and it usually gives you the first impression of what will follow, well, Inborn Suffering achieved a strong first impression with the surrealistic cover artwork of a faceless shadow walking in an empty narrow street where the only light to shine upon you is the gloomy street-light (a light that covers with brightness and mystery the face of the dark figure) and the houses bring forth a remembrance of the previous century's house models. And then comes the music; and tears flow, intensity rages wild in your heart, your esoterisicm blooms as roses wither all around and you cherish in your very own withered garden the prosperity of barren memories.

Everything seems well-conceived and, above all, so beautifully well-expressed! The strongest part of the album have to be the guitars, they sound so overwhelming, evoking a sense of desolation and mourning in the overburdened atmosphere, being definitely high quality for a doom/death metal work and offering some really creative passages here and there, whether they offer their heavy riffing, acoustic passages or soloing moments. Stephane and Loic definitely poured themselves in the guitar work of "Wordless Hope" and thus the sound of their interpreting will leave wounds bleeding on your frail body! Frederique Simon's grunting vocals (as well as some more clean and heart-rending ones) sound powerful and dark, giving life to the lyrics in the most appropriate and bitter way, lending to the compositions the voice they were longing for to echo in the shadows, whereas the female vocals (Metalstorm.ee - 8.6 / 10)

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