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Cathedral - The Ethereal Mirror download mp3 album
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Album:
The Ethereal Mirror
Style:
Doom Metal
Released:
1993
Country:
UK
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1190 mb
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1831 mb
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The Ethereal Mirror is the second full-length album by British doom metal band Cathedral, released in May 1993 through Earache. Earache re-issued the album in 2009 with the Statik Majik EP as bonus tracks and the DVD Ethereal Reflections as DualDisc. Garry Jennings – guitar, acoustic guitar, 12 string acoustic guitar, bass. Lee Dorrian – vocals. Mark Ramsey Wharton – drums. Adam Lehan – guitar, acoustic guitar, 12 string acoustic guitar. David Bianco – recording, production, mixing.

Japanese album title is: デカダンス.

The Ethereal Mirror is an album that is a sort of transitional piece for Cathedral, somewhere between the what the fuck is that under that stone? Help, I’m lost in the woods! mind-fuck of Forest of Equilibrium, and the good-time witch-finding doom of The Carnival Bizarre. As with most Cathedral albums you get a good juxtaposition between the more straightforward rocky songs and the crushing, autumnal doom metal.

The Ethereal Mirror (1993) by Cathedral. Labels: Columbia Records, Earache Records. Genres: Doom Metal, Stoner Metal Members: Lee Dorrian, Gaz Jennings, Adam Lehan, Mark Ramsay Wharton. Also featuring interviews with infamous cover artist Dave Patchett, an in depth exploration of the formation of Cathedral, the recording of "The Ethereal Mirror" and the growth of the band from humble beginnings to a major label deal. Chapters of the documentary: 01. Musical Progression 02.

This is Cathedral’s big label album, the one that they did after Forest of Equilibrium, which nearly invented doom metal. But already, on their second album, they sound completely different, with a more stoner sound that the doom fans derided as disco doom. Album opener Velvet Vortex is an instrumental number that is not bad, followed quickly by Ride, a nutty psychedelic thing, if a bit boring. Enter The Worms is more my style, as it has that doom metal bite and plenty of growl.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Violet Vortex (Intro)
Written-By – Jennings*
1:56
A2 Ride
Written-By – Jennings*, Dorrian*
4:47
A3 Enter The Worms
Written-By – Lehan*, Bianco*, Dorrian*
6:06
A4 Midnight Mountain
Written-By – Jennings*, Dorrian*
4:55
A5 Fountain Of Innocence
Written-By – Jennings*, Dorrian*
7:13
B6 Grim Luxuria
Written-By – Lehan*, Dorrian*
4:47
B7 Jaded Entity
Written-By – Bianco*, Jennings*, Dorrian*
7:53
B8 Ashes You Leave
Written-By – Lehan*, Jennings*, Dorrian*
6:22
B9 Phantasmagoria
Written-By – Lehan*, Bianco*, Jennings*, Dorrian*
8:44
B10 Imprisoned In Flesh
Written-By – Jennings*, Dorrian*
1:48

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Earache

Credits

  • Cover, Painting – Dave Patchett
  • Drums – Mark Ramsey Wharton
  • Guitar [Guitars] – Adam Lehan, Garry Jennings
  • Producer – David Bianco
  • Vocals – Lee Dorrian

Notes

© 1993 Earache Records.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MOSH 77CD Cathedral The Ethereal Mirror ‎(CD, Album) Earache MOSH 77CD UK 1993
CPL-1370 Cathedral The Ethereal Mirror ‎(LP, Album) Columbia, Sony Music CPL-1370 South Korea 1993
D.I. 073 Cathedral The Ethereal Mirror ‎(CD, Album) Del Imaginario Discos D.I. 073 Argentina 2008
MOSH 77PLUS Cathedral The Ethereal Mirror ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gol) Earache MOSH 77PLUS UK 2019
MOSH 77CD Cathedral The Ethereal Mirror ‎(CD, Album) Earache MOSH 77CD UK Unknown