|Shroud Of Winter / Solstice Eclipse|
|Artist:||Shroud Of Winter||Added:||Jan 2012|
|Add Date:||2012-01-16||Pull Date:||2012-03-19||Charts:||Loud, Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||Mar 11||Feb 26||Feb 19||Feb 12||Feb 5||Jan 29||Jan 22|
|1.||Sep 26, 2012:||maximum entropy |
|4.||Mar 08, 2012:||maximum entropy ii |
|2.||Apr 07, 2012:||Catharsis: zombies don't exist |
|5.||Mar 07, 2012:||maximum entropy |
|3.||Mar 10, 2012:||CATHARSIS |
|6.||Mar 05, 2012:||Ghost Trees |
Andrew Plante (known for his main drone project under his surname) delves into black metal in this project, juxtaposing some harsh lo-fi riffs along with the spacious ambience. Xasthur, Mutiilation, and even Nadja come to mind when the guitars and drums come in; otherwise, morbid droning tones prevail. Bleak, bedroom black metal with an abundance of swirling guitar feedback and cassette tape hiss—perfect for late nights spent worshipping Satan.|
Instrumental: therefore FCC clean.
1. (8:34) Dreamy, hovering chorus and synth ambience eventually segues into some morbid guitar droning. Then rumbling drums come in and the guitar plays a tremolo black metal riff.
2. (1:38) Thrashin’, headbanging black metal riffage; occult guitar noodling. Sounds like a teenager writing riffs in his garage, and I mean that in a good way.
3. (2:57) A single crescendoing tone of droning guitar feedback… snore
4. (3:07) Bleak, muffled minor key black metal with monotonous fast drumming
|1.||Solstice Eclipse||3.||Lunar Halo|
|2.||Forgotten Knowledge||4.||The Way|