Sigh: Scorn Defeat

Sigh SKU: 40715360
Sigh: Scorn Defeat

Sigh: Scorn Defeat

Sigh SKU: 40715360

Format: CD

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Description

Title: Scorn Defeat
Artist: Sigh
Label: Peaceville
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 801056787224
Genre: Heavy Metal, Heavy Metal

Digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition including bonus demos, rough mixes, and a live show. Cult Japanese black metal legends Sigh formed in 1989/90, featuring mainman Mirai Kawashima, Satoshi Fujinami & Kazuki Ozeki. Their masterful debut 'Scorn Defeat', became one of the country's greatest and most revered metal exports. With a journey through the strange and the psychedelic, incorporating a whole eclectic mix of genre styles & experimentation throughout their career, Sigh has remained a vital creative force in the avantgarde field. However, at it's core, Sigh has always remained true to it's roots of old school metal. With a deep appreciation for the black metal masters of the 80s such as Celtic Frost and Venom, Sigh would weave intricate keyboard textures and skilled piano composition courtesy of Mirai Kawashima among the Frost-fuelled riffing to create an atmospherically distinctive and dark sound. The lyrical content was also unusual for the time, incorporating strong elements of occultism and eastern mysticism to differentiate them somewhat from their Scandinavian peers.

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