History Music / DarkTranquillity

11th Jun '16 2:23:45 PM Nick98
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* TropeCodifier: For the slower, more progressive school of MelodicDeathMetal as exemplified by them, Eternal Tears of Sorrow, Disarmonia Mundi, Insomnium, Music/TheAgonist, Music/{{Deadlock}}, Kokuyasou, Barren Earth, Persefone, DIO - Distraught Overlord, Music/ExistTrace, Music/{{Mayan}}, Music/{{Cormorant}} and Music/FleshgodApocalypse.

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* TropeCodifier: For the slower, more progressive school of MelodicDeathMetal as exemplified by them, Eternal Tears of Sorrow, Disarmonia Mundi, Insomnium, Music/TheAgonist, Music/{{Deadlock}}, Kokuyasou, Barren Earth, Persefone, DIO - Distraught Overlord, Music/ExistTrace, Music/{{Mayan}}, early Music/{{Cormorant}} and Music/FleshgodApocalypse.
11th Jun '16 2:21:37 PM Nick98
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* TropeCodifier: For the slower, more progressive school of MelodicDeathMetal as exemplified by them, Eternal Tears of Sorrow, Disarmonia Mundi, Insomnium, Music/TheAgonist, Music/{{Deadlock}}, Kokuyasou, Barren Earth, Persefone, DIO - Distraught Overlord, Music/ExistTrace and Music/{{Mayan}}.

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* TropeCodifier: For the slower, more progressive school of MelodicDeathMetal as exemplified by them, Eternal Tears of Sorrow, Disarmonia Mundi, Insomnium, Music/TheAgonist, Music/{{Deadlock}}, Kokuyasou, Barren Earth, Persefone, DIO - Distraught Overlord, Music/ExistTrace Music/ExistTrace, Music/{{Mayan}}, Music/{{Cormorant}} and Music/{{Mayan}}.Music/FleshgodApocalypse.
5th May '16 2:03:06 PM aye_amber
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** Played straight in "The Mundane and the Magic," a duet with Nell Sigland of TheatreOfTragedy

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** Played straight in "The Mundane and the Magic," a duet with Nell Sigland of TheatreOfTragedyMusic/TheatreOfTragedy.
5th May '16 2:02:03 PM aye_amber
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Founded by then-Rhythm Guitarist (later singer) Mikael Stane and lead guitarist Niklas Sundin in 1989, Dark Tranquillity is known for an ever-changing style. No two albums sound alike. While most of their albums are definitively in the MelodicDeathMetal vein, their use of keyboards, clean vocals, solos, breakdowns, and occasional female guest-singers (most notably Nell Sigland of TheCrest and TheatreOfTragedy) all varies wildly.

''The Gallery'' in particular, has been highly influential, and bands including KillswitchEngage consider it an inspiration.

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Founded by then-Rhythm Guitarist (later singer) Mikael Stane and lead guitarist Niklas Sundin in 1989, Dark Tranquillity is known for an ever-changing style. No two albums sound alike. While most of their albums are definitively in the MelodicDeathMetal vein, their use of keyboards, clean vocals, solos, breakdowns, and occasional female guest-singers (most notably Nell Sigland of TheCrest Music/TheCrest and TheatreOfTragedy) Music/TheatreOfTragedy) all varies wildly.

''The Gallery'' in particular, has been highly influential, and bands including KillswitchEngage Music/KillswitchEngage consider it an inspiration.
3rd Mar '16 10:48:07 AM Dasher10
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* MetalScream: Type 3
2nd May '15 5:38:36 PM Cyclone2
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* {{Gorn}}: ''Still Moving Sinews'' describes the violent murder of a woman and the subsequent decay of her corpse in a poetic but fairly detailed manner, although the narrator arguably sounds remorseful about the whole thing.

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* {{Gorn}}: ''Still "Still Moving Sinews'' Sinews" is an arguable example. It describes the violent murder of a woman and the subsequent decay of her corpse in a poetic but fairly detailed manner, although the narrator arguably sounds remorseful doesn't exactly sound proud about the whole thing.
2nd May '15 5:36:28 PM Cyclone2
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* Gorn: "Still Moving Sinews" is certainly violent enough for this trope, although the narrator doesn't exactly sound proud about the whole thing.

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* Gorn: "Still {{Gorn}}: ''Still Moving Sinews" is certainly Sinews'' describes the violent enough for this trope, murder of a woman and the subsequent decay of her corpse in a poetic but fairly detailed manner, although the narrator doesn't exactly sound proud arguably sounds remorseful about the whole thing.
2nd May '15 5:24:17 PM Cyclone2
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* Gorn: "Still Moving Sinews" is certainly violent enough for this trope, although the narrator doesn't exactly sound proud about the whole thing.



* MohsScaleOfLyricalHardness: Generally ranges from a 7 to a 9.



* ReligionRantSong: "The Lesser Faith" from ''Fiction'' and "The Treason Wall" from ''Damage Done'' are Type II.
** This is the ultimate theme of ''Construct''.

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* ReligionRantSong: "The Lesser Faith" from ''Fiction'' and "The Treason Wall" from ''Damage Done'' are Type II.
** This
II. ''Construct'' is the ultimate theme an album-sized version of ''Construct''.this.
12th Mar '15 2:07:00 PM Cyclone2
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* SurrealHorror: A few of their album covers have shades of this.
12th Mar '15 2:01:37 PM Cyclone2
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* DarkIsNotEvil: As one would expect from melodeath. They make heavy use of [[HarshVocals death growls]], and a few of their album covers are downright disturbing, but their lyrics are not outrageously offensive unless one counts their frequent attacks on religion.
** In their more soaring and epic songs Mikael's growls give off a feeling closer to power than menace.

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* DarkIsNotEvil: As one would expect from melodeath. They make heavy use of Their [[HarshVocals death growls]], and a few of growls]] are relatively light, their album covers are downright disturbing, but their lyrics are not outrageously offensive unless one counts their frequent attacks on religion.
** In their more
instrumentation is as often soaring and epic songs Mikael's growls give off a feeling closer to power than menace.as sinister, and their lyrics, while dark, are generally not horribly offensive.
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