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Lacrimosa | Fassade | review | goth | metal | Lollipop

Lacrimosa

Fassade (Nuclear Blast)
by Scott Hefflon

Lacrimosa play decent Goth metal with a variety of interesting quirks that make them noteworthy, but I just can't get passed the atrocious cover and joltingly sudden fade-outs. For a band that's supposedly wowed us for over a decade (gotta love bio bullshit - I've considered these guys filler Goth metal for years, and seeing as they supposedly helped found the genre, that kinda means they got dusted by the second generation, and that was a few generations ago!), you'd think that introverted symphonic mopers like this pair (a dood and a chick, surprise, surprise) would've gotten past the high school art and learned how to either finish a song or at least fade out better than simply turning the master volume down quickly when the song finally became just too tiresome to bear (insert heavy Gothic sigh)...
(2323 W. El Segundo Blvd. Hawthorne, CA 90250)

 


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