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Phantasmagoria - Cathedral - The Ethereal Mirror (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Cathedral - the Ethereal Mirror [CD] Description. Tracklist1. Violet Vortex (Intro) 2. Ride 3. Enter the Worms 4. Midnight Mountain 5. Fountain of Innocence 6. Grim Luxuria 7. Jaded Entity 8. Ashes You Leave 9. Phantasmagoria Imprisoned in Flesh.
  2. The ethereal mirror marked a big musical change for Cathedral. Yes, the dark, hellishly doomy musical effects were still there in spades (“Enter the worms”, “Jaded entity”, “Phantasmagoria”), but there was still something about the album overall which distanced itself from its gloomy predecessor.
  3. Album The Ethereal Mirror. Phantasmagoria Lyrics (Dorrian/Jehan/Jennings & Bianco) (Rowntree's Ad Lid into LSD.) (send by fellow Cathedral nuts. Phantasmagoria means a 'constantly shifting).
  4. The Ethereal Mirror is the second full-length album by British doom metal band Cathedral, released in May through Earache.
  5. Track 1 by Jennings. Tracks 2, 4, 5 & 10 by Dorrian & Jennings. Tracks 3 & 7 by Dorrian, Lehan & Bianco. Track 6 by Dorrian & Lehan. Track 8 by Dorrian, Lehan & Jennings.
  6. The Ethereal Mirror is a stoner metal music album recording by CATHEDRAL released in on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes CATHEDRAL The Ethereal Mirror's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, buy online: ebay and amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by some experts, collaborators and members.
  7. The Ethereal Mirror is another great record from Cathedral’s interesting period, before the slump and before the end of that particular slump. Pre-slump yet pre-post-slump-rejuvenation, if you will. It solidified their reputation as a more interesting band than Napalm Death, zounds! Powerful booming music beyond doom - 90%.
  8. "Ethereal Mirror" was the second album after the classic debut "Forest of Equilibrium". Here, the band broke into some faster tempos, but not too fast, and crafted a great album full of crushing riffs and surprising some with their musicality, too/5(48).

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