The Dreadful Hours


The Dreadful Hours

Infobox Album|
Name = The Dreadful Hours
Type = studio
Artist = My Dying Bride


Released = November 13 2001
Recorded = 2001
Genre = Doom metal
Length = 70:51
Label = Peaceville Records
Producers = 'Mags', Andrew Craighan
Reviews =
*Allmusic Rating|4.5|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:rrf2zfo2ehak link] |
Last album = "Meisterwerk 2" (2001)
This album = "The Dreadful Hours" (2001)
Next album = "The Voice of the Wretched" (2002)

"The Dreadful Hours" is an album by My Dying Bride released in 2001. It contains a remake of "Return of the Beautiful" (renamed "Return to the Beautiful") from the band's debut album, "As the Flower Withers". Singer Aaron Stainthorpe has often cited that either this or "Like Gods of the Sun" is his favourite MDB album."The Dreadful Hours" comes housed in a digipak with a full colour booklet.

Track listing

# "The Dreadful Hours" – 9:23
# "The Raven and the Rose" – 8:12
# "Le Figlie Della Tempesta" – 10:08
# "Black Heart Romance" – 5:23
# "A Cruel Taste of Winter" – 7:36
# "My Hope, the Destroyer" – 6:44
# "The Deepest of All Hearts" – 8:56
# "The Return to the Beautiful" – 14:23

Credits

* Aaron Stainthorpe - vocals
* Andrew Craighan - guitar
* Hamish Glencross - guitar
* Adrian Jackson - bass
* Shaun Taylor-Steels - drums
* Jonny Maudling - keyboard
* "Yasmin Ahmed" - keyboard on "A Cruel Taste of Winter"


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