History Music / MyDyingBride

4th Jul '17 2:27:07 AM MrKosta
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* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: "The Night He Died".
15th Apr '17 3:51:56 PM HDG
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* ''Feel the Misery'' (2015, forthcoming)

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* ''Feel the Misery'' (2015, forthcoming)
(2015)
5th Nov '16 7:51:22 PM SinNanna
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* CoverVersion: "Some Velvet Morning" by Lee Hazelwood, "Roads" by Music/{{Portishead}}, traditional English folk song "Scarborough Fair", "Failure" by Swans.

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* CoverVersion: "Some Velvet Morning" by Lee Hazelwood, "Roads" by Music/{{Portishead}}, traditional English folk song "Scarborough Fair", "Failure" by Swans.Music/{{Swans}}.
20th Jul '16 3:20:58 AM Aeon1337
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* PurpleProse: So much. So. ''Much''.

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* PurpleProse: So much. So. ''Much''. Appropriate, considering that Aaron reads lots of Romantic era poetry.
3rd May '16 6:10:19 AM aye_amber
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-> ''I had watched the snow all day.''\\

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-> ''I ->''I had watched the snow all day.''\\



My Dying Bride is a DoomMetal band from England, formed in 1990. Initially playing what was essentially DeathMetal with [[EpicRocking longer-than-average songs]], interspersed with slow, melodic passages featuring keyboard and violin, the band gradually progressed more towards GothicMetal and DoomMetal, dropping the death metal vocals entirely for several albums before returning to a heavier sound around the turn of the century. They are considered a {{Trope Maker|s}} for both GothicMetal and Death/Doom, along with Music/{{Anathema}} and Music/ParadiseLost, the three bands being known together as the "Peaceville Three" after their record label.

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My ''My Dying Bride Bride'' is a DoomMetal band from England, formed in 1990. Initially playing what was essentially DeathMetal with [[EpicRocking longer-than-average songs]], interspersed with slow, melodic passages featuring keyboard and violin, the band gradually progressed more towards GothicMetal and DoomMetal, dropping the death metal vocals entirely for several albums before returning to a heavier sound around the turn of the century. They are considered a {{Trope Maker|s}} for both GothicMetal and Death/Doom, along with Music/{{Anathema}} and Music/ParadiseLost, the three bands being known together as the "Peaceville Three" after their record label.
27th Sep '15 8:53:38 PM sharkcrap11
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* LastNoteNightmare: "The Cry Of Mankind" has a truly bizarre (but very effective) example: a constant repetition of a violin part, over which creepy distorted foghorns and oddly, creepily soothing choir sound play. It goes on for a good three minutes after the song itself finishes.
27th Sep '15 8:32:34 PM sharkcrap11
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* DoomMetal: One of the key bands in the genre, and of the [[DeathMetal Death / Doom]] in specific.


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* GothicMetal: Either one of the TropeMakers or a TropeCodifier, depending on who you ask.


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* NewSoundAlbum: While there are a number of partial, arguable examples in their discography, the most straight example is ''34.788%... Complete'', which comes pretty close to IndustrialMetal territory (a genre not really touched on elsewhere in their work). Other albums stay in [[DeathMetal Death]] / [[DoomMetal Doom]] and GothicMetal territory, mostly differing in exactly how much of each they incorporate.
26th Jun '15 3:13:01 PM MasterInferno
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* Aaron Stainthorpe, vocals
* Andrew Craighan, guitars
* Hamish Glencross, guitars
* Lena Abé, bass
* Shaun Macgowan, keyboards/violin
* Dan Mullins, drums

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* Aaron Stainthorpe, Stainthorpe - vocals
* Andrew Craighan, Craighan - guitars
* Hamish Glencross, Calvin Robertshaw - guitars
* Lena Abé, Abé - bass
* Shaun Macgowan, keyboards/violin
Macgowan - keyboards, violin
* Dan Mullins, Mullins - drums



* ''Towards the Sinister'' (Demo, 1990)
* ''Symphonaire Infernus et Spera Empyrium'' (EP, 1991)
* ''God is Alone'' (Single, 1991)
* ''The Thrash of Naked Limbs'' (EP, 1992)
* ''As the Flower Withers'' (Full-length, 1992)
* ''Unreleased Bitterness'' (Single, 1993) - a previously unreleased alternate take of their song "The Bitterness and the Bereavement"
* ''Turn Loose the Swans'' (Full-length, 1993) - one of the {{Trope Codifier}}s of Death/Doom and often considered their MagnumOpus
* ''The Sexuality of Bereavement'' (Single, 1994)
* ''I Am the Bloody Earth'' (EP, 1994)
* ''The Stories'' (Box set, 1994) - limited edition box containing all three EP releases
* ''The Angel and the Dark River'' (Full-length, 1995) - first album without death vocals; nearly all DeathMetal elements are stripped away. Considered a masterpiece of GothMetal.
* ''Trinity'' (Compilation, 1995) - all three EP releases on one CD
* ''Like Gods of the Sun'' (Full-length, 1996) - reintroduces faster musical sections, but death vocals are still gone; Aaron's personal favorite MDB album
* ''For Darkest Eyes'' (Video, 1997) - includes a live performance and the band's early music videos; re-released on DVD in 2002 with additional live footage
* ''34.788%...Complete'' (Full-length, 1998) - the band's NewSoundAlbum, with heavy trip-hop influences and lots of {{Wangst}}y lyrics, bringing with it an enormously BrokenBase; reaction has generally become more positive over time and a couple of songs are still regularly played live
* ''The Light at the End of the World'' (Full-length, 1999) - a return to the band's GothicMetal sound; harsh vocals are back again, but opinions ranged from mostly positive to ItsTheSameNowItSucks
* ''Meisterwerk 1'' (Compilation, 2000)
* ''Meisterwerk 2'' (Compilation, 2001)
* ''The Dreadful Hours'' (Full-length, 2001) - much better-received than ''The Light'', managing to win back most of the band's older fanbase
* ''The Voice of the Wretched'' (Live album, 2002)
* ''Songs of Darkness, Words of Light'' (Full-length, 2004)
* ''Anti-Diluvian Chronicles'' (Box set, 2005) - three-disc box containing songs from across the band's entire career, including live tracks and three new remixes; includes an extensive interview with Aaron Stainthorpe
* ''Sinamorata'' (DVD, 2005) - features a live show and music videos, including two fan-made videos
* ''Deeper Down'' (Single, 2006) - includes an edit of the title track, an unreleased song, and a live track
* ''A Line of Deathless Kings'' (Full-length, 2006)
* ''An Ode to Woe'' (Live CD/DVD, 2008) - the DVD has one extra song not present on the CD
* ''For Lies I Sire'' (Full-length, 2009) - first album with violin since ''Like Gods of the Sun''; death vocals are absent except for a couple of songs
* ''Bring Me Victory'' (EP, 2010) - contains the title track, two {{Cover Version}}s, and a live track
* ''The Barghest O'Whitby'' (EP, 2011) - consists of a single self-titled [[EpicRocking 20-plus minute long song]]
* ''Evinta'' (Full-length, 2011) - an album created using a mixture of old and new riffs and themes, played on classical music instruments instead of the band's usual HeavyMetal instrumentation
* ''A Map of All Our Failures'' (Full-length, 2012) - another album in the vein of ''For Lies I Sire'', with violins and very few harsh vocals
* ''The Manuscript'' (EP, 2013) - an EP of new songs mostly recorded at the same time as the previous album, with a more pronounced DeathMetal influence

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* ''Towards the Sinister'' (Demo, 1990)
* ''Symphonaire Infernus et Spera Empyrium'' (EP, 1991)
* ''God is Alone'' (Single, 1991)
* ''The Thrash of Naked Limbs'' (EP, 1992)
[[folder:Full-length albums]]

* ''As the Flower Withers'' (Full-length, 1992)
* ''Unreleased Bitterness'' (Single, 1993) - a previously unreleased alternate take of their song "The Bitterness and the Bereavement"
(1992)
* ''Turn Loose the Swans'' (Full-length, 1993) - one of the {{Trope Codifier}}s of Death/Doom and often considered their MagnumOpus
* ''The Sexuality of Bereavement'' (Single, 1994)
* ''I Am the Bloody Earth'' (EP, 1994)
* ''The Stories'' (Box set, 1994) - limited edition box containing all three EP releases
(1993)
* ''The Angel and the Dark River'' (Full-length, 1995) - first album without death vocals; nearly all DeathMetal elements are stripped away. Considered a masterpiece of GothMetal.
* ''Trinity'' (Compilation, 1995) - all three EP releases on one CD
(1995)
* ''Like Gods of the Sun'' (Full-length, 1996) - reintroduces faster musical sections, but death vocals are still gone; Aaron's personal favorite MDB album
* ''For Darkest Eyes'' (Video, 1997) - includes a live performance and the band's early music videos; re-released on DVD in 2002 with additional live footage
(1996)
* ''34.788%... Complete'' (Full-length, 1998) - the band's NewSoundAlbum, with heavy trip-hop influences and lots of {{Wangst}}y lyrics, bringing with it an enormously BrokenBase; reaction has generally become more positive over time and a couple of songs are still regularly played live
(1998)
* ''The Light at the End of the World'' (Full-length, 1999) - a return to the band's GothicMetal sound; harsh vocals are back again, but opinions ranged from mostly positive to ItsTheSameNowItSucks
* ''Meisterwerk 1'' (Compilation, 2000)
* ''Meisterwerk 2'' (Compilation, 2001)
(1999)
* ''The Dreadful Hours'' (Full-length, 2001) - much better-received than ''The Light'', managing to win back most of the band's older fanbase
* ''The Voice of the Wretched'' (Live album, 2002)
(2001)
* ''Songs of Darkness, Words of Light'' (Full-length, 2004)
* ''Anti-Diluvian Chronicles'' (Box set, 2005) - three-disc box containing songs from across the band's entire career, including live tracks and three new remixes; includes an extensive interview with Aaron Stainthorpe
* ''Sinamorata'' (DVD, 2005) - features a live show and music videos, including two fan-made videos
* ''Deeper Down'' (Single, 2006) - includes an edit of the title track, an unreleased song, and a live track
(2004)
* ''A Line of Deathless Kings'' (Full-length, 2006)
* ''An Ode to Woe'' (Live CD/DVD, 2008) - the DVD has one extra song not present on the CD
(2006)
* ''For Lies I Sire'' (Full-length, 2009) - first album with violin since ''Like Gods of the Sun''; death vocals are absent except for a couple of songs
* ''Bring Me Victory'' (EP, 2010) - contains the title track, two {{Cover Version}}s, and a live track
* ''The Barghest O'Whitby'' (EP, 2011) - consists of a single self-titled [[EpicRocking 20-plus minute long song]]
(2009)
* ''Evinta'' (Full-length, 2011) - an album created using a mixture of old and new riffs and themes, played on classical music instruments instead of the band's usual HeavyMetal instrumentation
(2011)
* ''A Map of All Our Failures'' (Full-length, 2012) - another album in (2012)
* ''Feel
the vein of ''For Lies I Sire'', with violins Misery'' (2015, forthcoming)

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[[folder:Demos, singles,
and very few harsh vocals
[=EPs=]]]

* ''Towards the Sinister'' (1990)
* ''God Is Alone'' (1991)
* ''Symphonaire Infernus et Spera Empyrium'' (1992)
* ''Unreleased Bitterness'' (1993)
* ''The Thrash of Naked Limbs'' (1993)
* ''The Sexuality of Bereavement'' (1994)
* ''I Am the Bloody Earth'' (1994)
* ''Deeper Down'' (2005)
* ''Bring Me Victory'' (2009)
* ''The Barghest o' Whitby'' (2011)
* ''The Manuscript'' (EP, 2013) - an EP (2013)

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Live albums and videos]]

* ''For Darkest Eyes'' (1997, re-released 2002)
* ''The Voice
of new songs mostly recorded at the same time as the previous album, with a more pronounced DeathMetal influence
Wretched'' (2002)
* ''Sinamorata'' (2005)
* ''An Ode to Woe'' (2008)

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[[folder:Compilations and box sets]]

* ''The Stories'' (1994)
* ''Trinity'' (1995)
* ''Meisterwerk 1'' (2000)
* ''Meisterwerk 2'' (2001)
* ''Anti-Diluvian Chronicles'' (2005)
* ''Introducing My Dying Bride'' (2013)
* ''The Vaulted Shadows'' (2014)

[[/folder]]
12th Jun '15 5:14:16 AM SomewhatMisleading
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My Dying Bride provide examples of:

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My !!My Dying Bride provide examples of:
22nd Feb '15 4:23:19 AM SeptimusHeap
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My Dying Bride is a DoomMetal band from England, formed in 1990. Initially playing what was essentially DeathMetal with [[EpicRocking longer-than-average songs]], interspersed with slow, melodic passages featuring keyboard and violin, the band gradually progressed more towards GothicMetal and DoomMetal, dropping the death metal vocals entirely for several albums before returning to a heavier sound around the turn of the century. They are considered a {{Trope Maker|s}} for both GothicMetal and Death/Doom, along with {{Anathema}} and Music/ParadiseLost, the three bands being known together as the "Peaceville Three" after their record label.

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My Dying Bride is a DoomMetal band from England, formed in 1990. Initially playing what was essentially DeathMetal with [[EpicRocking longer-than-average songs]], interspersed with slow, melodic passages featuring keyboard and violin, the band gradually progressed more towards GothicMetal and DoomMetal, dropping the death metal vocals entirely for several albums before returning to a heavier sound around the turn of the century. They are considered a {{Trope Maker|s}} for both GothicMetal and Death/Doom, along with {{Anathema}} Music/{{Anathema}} and Music/ParadiseLost, the three bands being known together as the "Peaceville Three" after their record label.
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