Where Do Broken Hearts Go? Other, Neofolk Decadence With the little information I have about Decadence I can only tell that they've made a couple of releases on smaller labels and in small quantities. And so far everything has sold out in short time. Cold Meat got the honour to release this full length album thus making it available to more people. I use to be suspicious to bands with names like "Decadence" or similar, names that are too typical for the genre or the dark side of music. Often the names can be a bit too pretentious and often they don't make it up to the expectations I have on the music. This is not the case. The music is a mix of neoclassical and neofolk, from time to time were mighty, in the meanwhile they let the music be accompanied by acoustic guitar and piano. Eufrosyne's soft voice and Petros cynic speech makes the music whole, but sometimes I think it would be better without Petros words. But still, I think this is great. This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com 550
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Decadence - Where Do Broken Hearts Go?

9.0
"Amazing"
Released 2005 by Cold Meat Industry
With the little information I have about Decadence I can only tell that they've made a couple of releases on smaller labels and in small quantities. And so far everything has sold out in short time. Cold Meat got the honour to release this full length album thus making it available to more people.

I use to be suspicious to bands with names like "Decadence" or similar, names that are too typical for the genre or the dark side of music. Often the names can be a bit too pretentious and often they don't make it up to the expectations I have on the music. This is not the case.

The music is a mix of neoclassical and neofolk, from time to time were mighty, in the meanwhile they let the music be accompanied by acoustic guitar and piano. Eufrosyne's soft voice and Petros cynic speech makes the music whole, but sometimes I think it would be better without Petros words. But still, I think this is great.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

John Wikström

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