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Thy Listless Heart to release “Pilgrims on the Path of no Return”, just in time for 2022’s Doom Metal newcomer of the year!
An epic soundtrack of sorrow and longing as we journey into the unknown.
Upon receiving the seven tracks which together make “Pilgrims on a Path of No Return”, Hammerheart Records was convinced that the world
needed to hear this great album.
Thy Listless Heart is the sole creation of Simon Bibby, who recorded the album at his home in Derbyshire, England and then enlisted the
skills of Greg Chandler (Esoteric) at Priory Recording Studios for mixing and mastering.
Simon has a great track-record in creating Metal dating back to the late 80’s when he was bassist and later, guitarist in Seventh Angel,
who released a couple of cool Thrash Metal albums on Under One Flag Records.
Thy Listless Heart is a different entity; it is atmospheric Metal, filled with Doom elements and sad melodies, crowned with passionate
Think as if the atmospheric parts of Primordial meet later Anathema, with a pinch of Dead Can Dance thrown in.
The album needs to be heard in its entirity to get the full emotions and atmospheres it creates, it is indeed a pilgrimage.
From melodic, heavier and doomier tracks as “As the Light Fades” and the grasping “The Precipice” to ambient/folk inspired pieces as
“When the Spirit Departs the Body” and “Aefnian” resulting in the almost monstrous (in length) track “The Search for Meaning”, it is all
passionate andbeautiful, although in a saddened way.
• Fantastic debut album by Simon Bibby that is a true pilgrimage
• Simon Bibby has a track record going back to the late 80’s when he was in Seventh Angel, Simon is currently also active in My Silent Wake
• Recorded by Greg Chandler at Priory Recording Studios
• Features Greg Chandler (of Esoteric) on guest vocals
• Artwork created by Mariusz Lewandowski (Bell Witch, Fuming Mouth, Lorna Shore)
• Videoclip made by the band for “Thew Precipice”
For fans of: Anathema, While Heaven Wept, Solitude Aeturnus, My Dying Bride, Primordial, Dead Can Dance
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