Blood Ceremony - Living With The Ancients

8.4 | 52 votes |
Release date: 1 March 2011
Style: Psychedelic doom metal


56 have it
6 want it

01. The Great God Pan
02. Coven Tree
03. The Hermit
04. My Demon Brother
05. Morning Of The Magicians
06. Oliver Haddo
07. Night Of Augury
08. The Witch's Dance
09. Daughter Of The Sun

Sean Kennedy - guitars
Alia O'Brien - flute, organ, vocals
Andrew Haust - drums
Lucas Gadke - bass, backing vocals

Session musicians
Sanford Parker - synthetizer

Additional info
Producer, engineer & mixing: Sanford Parker.
Mastering: Collin Jordan.

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17.03.2011 - 13:46
Jethro Tull meets Black Sabbath.
18.03.2011 - 07:10
Rating: 8
Written by soullessmate on 17.03.2011 at 13:46

Jethro Tull meets Black Sabbath.

You certainly grabbed my attention, sounds interesting!
17.12.2011 - 16:56
Rating: 9
This album has to be the biggest surprise for me this year. I just happened to stumble acrosss it while reading about another band and I had no idea what to expect. The music is unlike anything I have heard before having a strong retro doom vibe mixing in flute and organ elements along with female vocals that blend in perfectly.

It is certainly not for everyone, but personaly I found the album highly enjoyable!
04.06.2012 - 20:50
Rating: 9
Following on from the greatness of their debut album, Blood Ceremony waste no time in expanding their sound on 'Living...', even if the quality is slightly less than its predecessor. There really are some great surprising moments on here, most notably on epic opener 'The Great God Pan' and the sinister 'Oliver haddonfield'. I just love this band.
30.07.2016 - 13:14
Rating: 8
The debut was already good and here the songs really start to kick ass. I enjoy most the songs #1 and #6, that karatekid mentioned already, with the addition of "Morning Of The Magicians".
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