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Of Delight and Despair by Dyssidia, released 04 November 2016 1. Dead Smoke 2. Dignity 3. An Absolute Severance 4. In a Heartbeat. x1 Physical copy of our 2016 release 'Of Delight & Despair' Includes unlimited streaming of Of Delight and Despair via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days.
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But the delight of despair comes when "I know that in me (that is, in my flesh) nothing good dwell. ( Romans 7:18 ). I delight in knowing that there is something in me which must fall prostrate before God when He reveals Himself to me, and also in knowing that if I am ever to be raised up it must be by the hand of God. God can do nothing for me until I recognize the limits of what is humanly possible, allowing Him to do the impossible.
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Album including Album cover Booklet (PDF). Formats & Prices. Info for Strains of Delight and Despair. With 'Strains of Delight and Despair' Marc Mangen proves he’s able to create a perfect balance between melancholic lyricism and a percussive groove. His songs start like a sunbeam that enters into a dark room and swing along, lightening up the space with a perfect dose of blues and improvisation. His music contains the certainty of joy after sadness, of light after darkness, of sunshine after rain.
But if any album could, it's Heir to Despair. In a discography full of records that sound unmistakably like Sigh despite often not sounding anything like each other, Heir to Despair fits in perfectly. The instantly recognizable riffs, inspired songwriting bits, a production that is just a bit muffled and just a little bit off, the passages of black metal aggression, and a general feel of insane joy are all still here and should delight fans.