Origin: Brazil
Genres: Doomdeath

Mythological Cold Towers  


Though several fine metal bands have originated from Brazil over the years, very few are in the doom genre, but that's where Mythological Cold Towers live. Their 1996 debut, Sphere Of Nebaddon, is a prototypical doomdeath album, in the spirit of early My Dying Bride and Paradise Lost -- it doesn't rate particularly high on the originality scale, but it is a satisfactory release in the genre. On the other hand, their followup, Remoti Meridiani Hymni, is a much more varied and original work, expanding on their doom roots while adding gothic and ethnic influences and a grandiose feel, creating one of the more unique doom releases in some time. They continue to release albums once every four or five years or so, with Immemorial, their most recent, in 2011.

Current Members

Samej

vocals

Nechron

guitars

Shammash

guitars

Hamon

drums

Former Members/Guests

Leonard

bass

Lord Morpheus

bass

Akenaton

keyboards

Flagellum

keyboards


Discography



Sphere Of Nebaddon 
1996 Sound Riot
  1. In the forgotten melancholic waves of eternal sea
  2. Celestial dimensions into silence
  3. The vastness of a desolated glory
  4. Slaves in the imaginary abyssal line
  5. Exotic voluptuousness of a lost feeling of life
  6. Golden bells from the eternal frost
  7. Mythological cold towers
  8. ...Of inexistency
  9. A portal to my darkest soul
  10. Sphere of nebaddon
  • Samej
  • Nechron
  • Leonard
  • Akenaton
  • Flagellum
  • Hamon

Reviews:   Lords Of Metal 



Remoti Meridiani Hymni 
2000 Somber Music
  1. The Lost Tribes Of Amazon - A Glimpse In The Maze Of Forest
  2. Glorious Traces Of The Fall Of Tahuantinsuyu
  3. Remoti Meridiani Hymni
  4. Opulence Of The Signals
  5. Colossal Megalithie Monument
  6. Contemplating The Brandish Of The Torches
  7. Tiwanako - A Gateway To Kalasasaya
  • Samej
  • Nechron
  • Shammash
  • Leonard
  • Flagellum
  • Hamon

Reviews:   Lords Of Metal 



The Vanished Pantheon 
2005 Firebox
  1. When The Solstice Reaches The Apogee
  2. Thula
  3. The Shine Of Lemurian Cataclysm
  4. Ancestral Solar Emblem
  5. The Vanished Pantheon
  • Samej
  • Nechron
  • Shammash
  • Lord Morpheus
  • Flagellum
  • Hamon

Reviews:   Chronicles Of Chaos  Lords Of Metal 



Immemorial 
2011 Cyclone Empire
  1. Lost Path to Ma-Noa
  2. Akakor
  3. Enter the Halls...
  4. The Shrines of Ibez
  5. Like an Ode Forged in Immemorial Eras
  6. Fallen Race
  7. Immemorial
  • Samej
  • Nechron
  • Shammash
  • Hamon


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