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My World
  • Artist: The Coil of Sihn
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 842841007462
  • Item #: SRD100746
  • Genre: Heavy Metal
  • Release Date: 5/29/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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My World on CD

EntertainmentDeath.com had this to say about My World: 'From the furious defiance of 'Fight' to the heart-rending 'Hope', The Coil of Sihn are masterful in style, conception and execution. My world demonstrates that living is only the beginning, it is by truly surviving and enabling others to touch what they otherwise might be unable to that everything falls into place.' 'I can't think of a single band that some close to putting the heart and soul into their music to such great effect as The Coil of Sihn. More than merely technically superb there is the undeniable sense that every minuet aspect of each song has been long considered and intertwined until it was entirely perfectly balanced.' Sid Andruska of Playback also had this to say: 'In comparison, My World, Rossi's second album released in 2004, is an angry yetsentimental beast, exploding with emotion and memory. Tales of despair play out like a novel with a total of 22 songs. Here, Rossi's vocals are more pronounced and guttural. Mirroring the vocal range of Goth legends, Fields of the Nephilim, Rossi's voice detonates above a bed of synthesized beats, overshadowing voice clips, the background chorus, and all else that gets in his way. Center stage-his words and heartfelt screaming, along with an interesting twist: riddled throughout are recordings of actual voicemail messages from comrades, which give you a peek into his personal life. Most interesting, you can hear him press the "save" button for various ones, implying which messages were most special to him.'