01:36 - Apothecary Wardruna are some really badass dark neofolk from Norway, gonna be curating along with Enslaved next year. They bring out war drums, gongs, and other traditional stuff onstage. Pretty rad [link]
01:29 - Karlabos The only folk metal i want to see live is Jaldaboath :
01:21 - Apothecary Yeah, I'm not too big on folk metal live. Totally stoked for Wardruna at Roadburn next year, but then even they aren't really folk "metal"
00:43 - Redn1ght Reminds me of last year, Turisas and Ensiferum in the same month last year. Haha.. Too bad they suck at the moment.
00:40 - Apothecary Melvins and Primus shows both a week apart from each other in my town, yeeeeeeee boiiii
00:22 - Redn1ght There should be a series of those with different categories each year. Jari takes the: Bitch and moan! O woe is me! award.
01. And From The Seas The Sickening Things 02. I Painted The Suicide Of Neptune 03. The Curious Cave Of Deformities 04. In Swathes Of Brooding Light Skeletal Birds Scratch At Broken Windows 05. Human Mannequin Puppeteer 06. Licking At The Nesting's Of Young Fledglings
Bonus tracks: 07. Amethyst Lung Concerto 08. Within Deepest Red (The Opening Of..) 09. The Theory Of Sexual Carvings 10. A Voice In The Piano
In Swathes Of Brooding Light marks the first album by England's black metal act Ebony Lake in a dozen years.
If I were forced to describe this album in three words, I would describe it thus:
Chaotic. Fucking. Mess.
There is a fine line between genius and insanity. Ebony Lake walks this line in much the same fashion as the guy on Cops who just blew a .254 into the breathalyzer does that field sobriety test. At some points the chaos synchs up into something awesome. At others times it synchs up to "make the bad people stop!" Think "Bungle-Sagoth."