Inborn Suffering
Wordless Hope
Release date: October 13th 2006
Label: Sound Riot Records
Provided by: Sound Riot Records
Style: Doom Metal
Rating: 73/100
Artwork rating: 48/100
Reviewed by: Peter Laursen
Date: February 5th 2007

Inborn Suffering was formed in 2002 and 'Wordless Hope' is their debut album… and it’s all about Doom Metal. More than one hour of pure melancholy, beauty, sadness and sorrow. More than one hour of atmospheric Doom recommended to fans of old Mourning Beloveth, Empyrium and Forest Of Shadows. 

I must admit that it took this album numerous spins to grow on me… and I must also admit that I really have to be in the mood for this kind of music. The 8 songs there is to be found on 'Wordless Suffering' captures the perfect mood of a grey autumn day… and the vocals - growls, spoken and clear - suits the music fine. 

In this kind of Doom Metal we need utterly mournful string arrangements, passages of violin and piano… and it’s all here to complete this dark, gloomy, and melancholic album.

Listening to this album just makes me feel lost, somehow…Suddenly I find myself lost in the vast infinities of deep, black space. Nothing but desolation and blackness outside… lost…lost… lost. 

So, if you’re into this kind of gloomy Doom I would make asuggestion; - Take a trip with Inborn Suffering and get lost in the infinity of the blackness of space.