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Tenebre - Electric Hellfire Kiss (7/10) - Sweden - 2002

Genre: Goth'n'Roll
Label: Regain Records
Playing time: 43:17
Band homepage: Tenebre


  1. Alienation
  2. Descend From Heaven
  3. Nocturnal Rhapsody
  4. Beauty Destroyed
  5. She Darks The Sun
  6. Starlet Wolverine
  7. Death Becomes You
  8. At The Mountain
  9. Malochia
Tenebre - Electric Hellfire Kiss
Dirty, dark Rock'n'Roll or let's call it Goth'n'Roll for now, that's just fun, because it's definitely rocking from the beginning, is the sound of the Swedish band TENEBRE. The previous album "Mark Of The Beast" had some really great songs, but UNFORTUNATELY some boring stuff, too. It's the same this time.

There are some really catchy, gloomy songs that send shivers down your spine. Especially those with the touch of DANZIG! They seem to be a big idol for TENEBRE. The rest of the songs sound like a dirtier version of THE 69 EYES, but I like them much more than HIM, the ladykillers from Suomi. TENEBRE are more something for guys or really tough, dark ladies that like to have a whisky between the poshy red wine. Checkout-tips: "Malochia" or the magnificent "Nocturnal Rhapsody"! (Online February 9, 2003)

Ralf Henn

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