Lacrimosa (initially the solo project of German keyboardist and Mozart fan Tilo Wolff)
debuted as a gothic act a` la Dead Can Dance
with the lengthy pieces of Angst (1991) and Einsamkeit (1992).
Satura (1993) moved towards a harder sound, but didn't find the right balance between pomp and aggression.
Inferno (1995) debuted Finnish vocalist Anne Nurmi and achieved a better blend of metal and gothic elements.
The concept Stille (1997) includes the ten-minute Der erste Tag, the eight-minute Siehst du mich im Licht?, the eleven-minute Deine Nahe, the nine-minute Stolzes Herz, and the 15-minute Die Strasse der Zeit.
The rock opera Elodia (1999) includes the 14-minute Sanctus.
Fassade (2001) was mostly taken up by the three-movement suite Fassade.
The religiously-themed Echos (2003) contains the
13-minute orchestral overture Kyrie, the
nine-minute Sacrifice, and
the 13-minute requiem Die Schreie sind Verstummt.
Lichtgestalt (2005) contains the eleven-minute Sapphire and
the 14-minute Hohelied der Liebe for orchestra and choir, but mostly failed to replicate the intense atmospheres
of previous albums. Even worse fared the mediocre Sehnsucht (2009) and
Revolution (2012), despite the eleven-minute Rote Sinfonie.
Hoffnung (2015) was a half-hearted return to their classic style, thanks to
the 15-minute Mondfeuer and the nine-minute Apeiron.
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