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etichetta: Artemisia Records
formato: DIGI CD
Wolves In The Throne Room re-imagined black metal as an ode to rain storms, wood smoke and the wild energies of the Pacific Northwest. Their first studio album, Diadem Of
12 Stars (2006), was a genre-dissolving classic that created a melancholy and psychedelic Cascadian atmosphere.
Since that time they have become one of the most potent and highly regarded bands in extreme music. The listener encounters crystalline metal riffs that slowly collapse
and shift into ritualistic laments, singing of endless rain falling upon ancient cedars. Their music is a doorway into a mythic ethereal heathen landscape entered through
music, magic and dreams. Now, a portal into the dreamworld of the band opens
again with Thrice Woven. It is a glorious return to the blazing and furious black metal that they alone can create!
The atmosphere created is still dark, but the riffs are less chaotic and dissonant, and flow melodically with relative simplicity. I wouldn't consider WitTR a "melodic" black metal band, as their production and generally fuzzy distortion still place in them more in the older school of black metal
third full-length studio album by the American ambient black metal band