Limited double vinyl LP pressing of this 2002 album. The VIIth Coming was the seventh full-length album by British doom metal band Cathedral. Ex-Napalm Death vocalist Lee Dorrian formed Cathedral in 1990, favoring Black Sabbath grind over his former bands thrash-metal, though Dorrian's vocals are just as demented and unintelligible. The band gained attention upon release of it's debut album, Forest of Equilibrium, which is considered a classic of the genre. However, the band's sound evolved quickly and began to adopt characteristics of '70s Metal and Hard Rock. After releasing ten full-length albums and touring extensively for over two decades, Cathedral broke up after the release of The Last Spire in 2013.
Limited double vinyl LP pressing of this 2002 album. The VIIth Coming was the seventh full-length album by British doom metal band Cathedral. Ex-Napalm Death vocalist Lee Dorrian formed Cathedral in 1990, favoring Black Sabbath grind over his former bands thrash-metal, though Dorrian's vocals are just as demented and unintelligible. The band gained attention upon release of it's debut album, Forest of Equilibrium, which is considered a classic of the genre. However, the band's sound evolved quickly and began to adopt characteristics of '70s Metal and Hard Rock. After releasing ten full-length albums and touring extensively for over two decades, Cathedral broke up after the release of The Last Spire in 2013.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: SRDS
Rel. Date: 08/14/2015
UPC: 5036436093823

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Limited double vinyl LP pressing of this 2002 album. The VIIth Coming was the seventh full-length album by British doom metal band Cathedral. Ex-Napalm Death vocalist Lee Dorrian formed Cathedral in 1990, favoring Black Sabbath grind over his former bands thrash-metal, though Dorrian's vocals are just as demented and unintelligible. The band gained attention upon release of it's debut album, Forest of Equilibrium, which is considered a classic of the genre. However, the band's sound evolved quickly and began to adopt characteristics of '70s Metal and Hard Rock. After releasing ten full-length albums and touring extensively for over two decades, Cathedral broke up after the release of The Last Spire in 2013.