Kristof Bathory has been creating music under the name Dawn of Ashes since 2001. Starting off as a Horror-Industrial act, the sound of DOA has evolved over the years, embracing elements of metal, rock, industrial, and other forms of aggressive music. The new album, entitled Anathema, combines visions of horror, hatred, sexual perversion and other shocking content, spewed forth in the form of a unique blend of Industrial-metal & shock-rock. Featuring guest appearances by Nero Bellum of Psyclon Nine and Gary Zon of Dismantled, Anathema is a catastrophic symphony that stands as a new twist on evil. Kristof Bathory welcomes us to this breathing vision of Hell.
This album is beautiful in its own way. The music features a merciless drum machine, industrial parts, distorted vocals. I like two tracks from this album: Reborn in Fire, The Serpents of Eden. Yes, it is these two tracks. I'm just a metal fan, not ebm. Another thing is that I bought this album complete with all the components. doctortrofimov