Tag: Draconian

Draconian – SOVRAN Review

For reasons I won’t get into here, it’s been a long month. Trials and tribulations; personal and professional; trivial and major – you know the type. So it was with a bit of resignation that

Draconian – A Rose For The Apocalypse Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas My last personal experience with Sweden’s Draconian was 2005’s excellent Arcane Rain Fell, and in fact, “Death, Come Near Me” is still one of my favorite doom tracks. I missed

Draconian – Turning Season Within Review

Originally written by Michael Roberts. In the short time I’ve spent with Draconian and their new album, they’ve very quickly won me over. Turning Season Within is nothing less than a sterling example of expertly-written death/doom from this Swedish

Draconian – The Burning Halo Review

Originally written by Jon Eardley Sweden’s Draconian have been grinding the axe of gothic death n’ doom for quite some time now, and while it was 2003’s Where Lovers Mourn that finally put them on

Draconian – Arcane Rain Fell Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Last year, Sweden’s Draconian tugged lightly on my heart strings with their take on gothic/doom metal. It didn’t fully dance with romantic Goth leanings, but instead draped the sound in a more morose

Draconian – Where Lovers Mourn Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Tearful and melancholy Gothic Death/doom metal is the order of the day for Sweden’s Draconian, and while by no means original, fans of Theatre of Tragedy, Tristania, Sins of Thy