Scorn Defeat is the first full-length album by the Japanese black metal band Sigh, released in 1993 by Deathlike Silence Productions. It is the band's most traditional black metal album, taking on a uniquely disturbing and bold formula lyrically compared to their Scandinavian peers. The album takes its title from a line in the title track from Venom's 1981 album Welcome to Hell. On Scorn Defeat, the line itself is said on "At My Funeral".
Sigh - Scorn Defeat 43:17. Strojmir, nocksu, TatianaVonSchnell, jbet6495, Dark Diver, foreverrock, Jahmus87.
Sigh : Scorn Defeat,álbum, crítica, lista de pistas, mp3, letras. 5. Ready for the Final War. 6. Weakness Within. Bonustrack (Re-Issue in 2000). 8. The Seven Gates of Hell (Venom Cover). Other productions from Sigh.
Their first album Scorn Defeat is second wave black metal at it's finest, combining the raw fury of the Norwegians and mixing it with some avant-garde influences that would later go on to define their career. While Scorn Defeat remains to be the rawest release in Sigh's discography, for it's time, it is much more advanced than anything else coming out of the Scandinavian scene. For example opening song "A Victory of Dakini" begins as typical black metal tune; raspy vocals, dissonant chords and a bleak, cold atmosphere.
Sigh - Scorn Defeat 7 songs lyrics: A Victory of Dakini, The Knell, At My Funeral, Gundali, Ready for the Final War, Weakness Within, Taste Defeat.
Tracklist: 1. A Victory Of Dakini, 2. The Knell, 3. At My Funeral, 4. Gundali, 5. Ready For The Final War, 6. Weakness Within, 7. Taste Defeat. By: Sigh (2) (1993, Rock). Wrong audio? Try another! More albums from Sigh (2)
Scorn Defeat is the first full-length album by avant-garde metal band Sigh. It is their most traditionally black metal album released. This reissue features a full remastering by Scott Hull and completely new artwork by the master, Christopher Moyen. The CD also includes the Requiem For Fools 7 (1992) and the split 7 with Kawir (1994). At first I got the wrong album in mail, but that mix up got sorted out quickly.
Notwithstanding a handful of purely underground demos, 1991's Scorn Defeat launched one of the more unconventional careers in the history of heavy metal: that of Japanese black metal chameleons Sigh. A watershed release for the infamous Deathlike Silence label (owned by recently murdered Mayhem guitarist and Norwegian black metal instigator Euronymous), the album immediately raised the bar for symphonic extreme metal, thanks to the classical music training of its keyboard-playing leader, Mirai Kawashima.
|A1||A Victory Of Dakini||6:50|
|A3||At My Funeral||5:43|
|B1||Ready For The Final War||9:16|
|C1||The Knell (Original Mix)|
|C2||My Funeral (Original Mix)|
|C3||Taste Defeat (Original Mix)|
|D1||The Knell (Live 1991)|
|D2||Death Throes (Live 1991)|
|D3||Mentally Numb (Live 1991)|
|D4||Desolation (Live 1991)|
|D5||Weakness Within (Live 1991)|
200 copies in black vinyl (THIS LISTING)
150 in transparent orange vinyl
150 in clear vinyl
|Anti-Mosh 007||Sigh||Scorn Defeat (CD, Album)||Deathlike Silence Productions||Anti-Mosh 007||Norway||1993|
|anti-mosh 007, ANTIMOSH 7||Sigh||Scorn Defeat (CD, Album, RE, RP)||Deathlike Silence Productions, Deathlike Silence Productions||anti-mosh 007, ANTIMOSH 7||Norway||Unknown|
|HHR2014-07||Sigh||Scorn Defeat (2xCD, Album, Comp, RE)||Hammerheart Records||HHR2014-07||Netherlands||2014|
|CRYPT 16||Sigh||Scorn Defeat (Box + 3xLP, Ltd, RE, Eme)||The Crypt||CRYPT 16||US||2011|
|Crypt 16||Sigh||Scorn Defeat (2xLP, Album, Num)||The Crypt||Crypt 16||US||2017|