Album: "Sabo" (1997)
Label: Null Pointer Publishing
Style: Goth
Songs: 7


Reviewed by: Darklight

This is very eerie, dark, moody, dreary and creepy gothic music with an orchestrated edge and chilling female vocals. There is a haunting beauty presented here that draws you in and loses you to its mesmerizing soundscapes. The music is very layered and alive created with various organic instruments that include electric, acoustic and bass guitars, saxaphone, piano and drums. Keyboards are also used to create atmosphere and drama. Everything plays at a rather slow pace, but does pick up with a little more energy at times. There is variety included in each song that makes them artistic and experimental without ever sounding stale or repetitive. There is never really a straight forward or structured song delivered here as everything manages to twist and turn along its course. There's a lot of passion and emotion to be enjoyed here. This is a pleasant listen from start to finish. Once you begin listening you can't quit. This music is comfortable and relaxing. It's very high quality, polished and well produced. My only real complaint is that while this is very good music, it's still not that new or original. Also, I would have liked more than seven songs. But the bottom line is that this is a must for all gothic music fans.