THE BURNING DOGMA
No Shores Of Hope

5.99

Track Listing:
01. Waves Of Solitude | 02. The Breach | 03. Enigma Of The Unknown | 04. Skies Of Grey | 05. Feast For Crows | 06. Burning Times | 07. Distant Echoes | 08. Hopeless | 09. Dying Sun | 10. Nemesi | 11. Dawn Yet To Come – 1. Drowning | 12. Dawn Yet To Come – 2. No Heroes Dawn | 13. Dawn Yet To Come – 3. Uscimmo a Riveder Le Stelle

Download: 13 MP3 tracks at 320 kbps

Description

The Burning Dogma project has born in Bologna by the will of M.Cremonini and D. Luccarini in 2008 from Never Before Midnight’s ashes , mixing a devote to drama death metal with totally foreign and alien to metal itself influences as New Wave, EBM, dark rock, shoegaze etc., in June 2015, they recorded the successor of Cold Shade Burning titled No Shores of Hope.

No Shores Of Hope | Released February 12th, 2016 on Sliptrick Records

Track Listing:
01. Waves Of Solitude | 02. The Breach | 03. Enigma Of The Unknown | 04. Skies Of Grey | 05. Feast For Crows | 06. Burning Times | 07. Distant Echoes | 08. Hopeless | 09. Dying Sun | 10. Nemesi | 11. Dawn Yet To Come – 1. Drowning | 12. Dawn Yet To Come – 2. No Heroes Dawn | 13. Dawn Yet To Come – 3. Uscimmo a Riveder Le Stelle

Band links: Facebook | Youtube

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3 reviews for THE BURNING DOGMA
No Shores Of Hope

  1. deadrhetoric.com

    A solid entry point for The Burning Dogma with this release. It keeps the death metal as its main focal point, but isn’t afraid to branch out into other areas if the song calls for it. Lots of potential as they continue to move forward with this direction …read more

  2. arcticmetal.no

    After having listened through ‘No Shores Of Hope’ I just feel like pressing the play button again, and that’s normally a very good sign. Recommended …read more

  3. midlandsmetalheads

    The Burning Dogma managed to meld together several seemingly disparate styles in a way that seems effortless, to produce an album that is crushing, melodic and disturbingly catchy. No Shore Of Hope is brutal, beautiful, different and wonderful. Definitely deserving of repeated listening.

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