|The March And The Stream||11:58|
|RSR-0119||Skepticism||Ethere (CD, EP)||Red Stream||RSR-0119||US||1998|
|RSR-0119||Skepticism||Ethere (CD, EP, RE)||Red Stream||RSR-0119||US||Unknown|
Ordeal is the fifth album by the Finnish funeral doom band Skepticism. The album was released through Svart Records in May 2015. It was recorded live in front of an actual audience on January 24th, 2015 in Turku, Finland. The band performed six new songs and two older ones ("Pouring" and "The March and the Stream"). The Departure" – 9:53. March Incomplete" – 12:00. Closing Music" – 10:20.
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When the band in question is Skepticism and the EP in question is Ethere. I'm pretty sure this is the first Skepticism release I ever bought. I bought it based on a song I heard from Stormcrowfleet and all the acolades they've recieved throughout the Doom community. Skepticism hail from the motherland of Funeral Doom (Finland) and have always and rightfully been regarded as masters of the genre, second only to the monolithic Thergothon. This album is a must for anyone even mildly interested in doom metal. Even the ignoramus' who feel doom is nothing but a bunch of self-pitying whiners find some appreciation for Skepticism's music.
Bronze Albums, Album, Albums by Skepticism, and 9 more. Skepticism:Ethere (1997).