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Frequency Of Butterfly Wings
The Weight Of Existence
March 2014
Released: 2014, Unsigned
Rating: 3.0/5
Reviewer: UK Team

"The Weight Of Existence" is the new EP by Iranian doom-mongers Frequency Of Butterfly Wings, an aching, mournful opus full of sorrowful melody and ennui.

Opener "When The Last Light Is Gone" is a standard intro track which serves to prepare you for the harrowing journey ahead. It is followed by "Unbounded", a song of stark beauty and melancholy. It is followed by "Equal To My Ruin", a mild disappointment by comparison, with it's disjointed riffing; an uninspiring plodder. The fourth track "Re-Living" follows much the same path, and does not live up to the EPs earlier promise. Fortunately the closing track "Forevermore" is superb, a warped masterpiece blissful misery, with Ashkan Moosavi's wounded croon giving way to acid throated bellowing.

"The Weight Of Existence" is a decent slab of Doom/Death; at times it is frustrating, but worth it if you persevere.
Track Listing

1) When The Last Light Has Gone
2) Unbounded
3) Equal To My Ruin
4) Re-Living
5) Forevermore


Abbas Pourazizi - Bass
Ashkan Moosavi - Guitar/Vocals
Soheil Ershadi - Guitar



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