» » Agalloch - Marrow Of The Spirit

Agalloch - Marrow Of The Spirit mp3

Tracklist

1The Watcher's Monolith
2To Drown
3Into The Painted Grey
4Black Lake Nidstang
5Black Lake Nidstang (Prologue)
6Ghosts Of The Midwinter Fires
7They Escaped The Weight Of Darkness

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PFL 069Agalloch Marrow Of The Spirit ‎(CD, Album)Profound Lore RecordsPFL 069Canada2010
PFL 069.5Agalloch Marrow Of The Spirit ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Cle)Profound Lore RecordsPFL 069.5USA & Canada2011
Kunsthaus 4, PFL 069Agalloch Marrow Of The Spirit ‎(CD, Album + 7", Pic + Box, Ltd)Licht von Dämmerung Arthouse, Profound Lore RecordsKunsthaus 4, PFL 069Canada2010
PFL 069Agalloch Marrow Of The Spirit ‎(CD, Album)Profound Lore RecordsPFL 069CanadaUnknown
PFL 069.5Agalloch Marrow Of The Spirit ‎(2xLP, Album, TP)Profound Lore RecordsPFL 069.5Canada2011

Notes

300 copies printed originally on regular cassette and additional 100 copies came on a pro-printed cassette and sold on CA tour in August 2013.

Video

Info

Marrow of the Spirit by AGALLOCH, released 23 November 2010 1. They Escaped The Weight Of Darkness 2. Into The Painted Grey 3. The Watcher's Monolith 4. Black Lake Niðstång 5. Ghosts Of The Midwinter Fires 6. To Drown Marrow of the Spirit, Agalloch's fourth album. Darker, colder and more aggressive than anything they have done in the past, but no less critically acclaimed than their other full-lengths. Eirian Although it has its moments and is rarely boring, Marrow of the Spirit is far from Agalloch's best work. It's a rough album, in terms of both songwriting and sound quality, and ultimately forgettable. 35 Favorite track: Black Lake Niðstång. el merko. Marrow of the Spirit is the fourth studio album by American metal band Agalloch, released on November 23, 2010. Marrow of the Spirit marked a change in record labels for Agalloch. Their first three full-length albums and EPs were released by The End Records, but after their contract was completed with the release of Ashes Against the Grain in 2006, the band opted not to renew it. Marrow of the Spirit was released by Profound Lore Records, which had also released the first two Agalloch albums on vinyl. Agalloch's fourth studio album is an interesting followup to 2006's Ashes Against the Grain. Marrow of the Spirit is nowhere near as distorted or heavy, but the band manages to overcome that with a lot more melody, dynamics, and acoustic instrumentation. Marrow of the Spirit. Agalloch discography all. The Wooden Box 2010. Where Shade Once Was 2010. of the Spirit is the fourth album of the metal band Agalloch, released on November 23, 2010, through Profound Lore Records. The album was recorded entirely in analog on vintage equipment at Audible Alchemy Studios in Portland, Oregon, with Steven Wray Lobdell of Faust producing. On October 29th, The track The Watcher's Monolith was released on the music website Stereogum accompanied by an interview with John Haughm. The track Ghosts of the Midwinter Fires was released via Vivahaterecords on November 1st. The album was named among NPR's Top 50 albums of 2010 and was also name. Marrow of the Spirit is gloomier and more black metal influenced than anything the band had done in over a decade but outside of Black Lake Niðstång it would be far-fetched to call the album challenging. Agallochs trademark acoustic melodies, hard-hitting riffs and nature-worshipping atmosphere are still there but this time around Haughm & Co. arent as joyful. Although the album has faced criticism for being disjointed and full of bland melodies, it truly sounds the opposite of that to me. Marrow has a more raw sound yet it is highly enjoyable and sensible in every way, exactly as Haug. Marrow of the Spirit begins, as have each of Agalloch's three previous LPs, with a reflective instrumental. A forlorn cello moans over field recordings of a brisk stream and chattering birds, mixed so that each element feeds into the others. Together, they offer an image of melancholy, energy, and beauty that serves as a prelude in the most proper sense. Agalloch deals in light and dark here, moving beyond simple damnation and apocalypse to consider escape and renewal, too. Through a series of sketches and scenes, frontman John Haughm offers desolation and collapse- I slumber in cl. Album 2010 6 Songs. Metal 2010. They Escaped the Weight of Darkness. Into the Painted Grey. The Watcher's Monolith. Marrow of the Spirit, Agalloch's fourth album, is the band's defining statement and the first Metal release of the new decade that can truly be considered a masterpiece. Darker, colder and more aggressive than anything they have done in the past, it is their most accomplished work to date. Quite simply, Marrow of the Spirit is Agalloch at the height of their powers. Go Unlimited. Try now

Agalloch - Marrow Of The Spirit mp3

Performer: Agalloch

Title: Marrow Of The Spirit

Country: Ukraine

Release date: 2011

Label: Night Birds Records

Style: Black Metal, Doom Metal, Experimental

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1623 mb

Rating: 4.4 / 5

Votes: 388

Record source: Cassette, Album, Limited Edition

MP3 Related to Agalloch - Marrow Of The Spirit

Snake Rocking
The sound quality on the first cassette release is CRAP. Heavily distorted.The pro-printed release is MUCH better.
Snake Rocking
The sound quality on the first cassette release is CRAP. Heavily distorted.The pro-printed release is MUCH better.
I checked directly with the label if the clear version was a "pirate" release, this what I've got back from them: "I doubt someone pressed pirate copies. Nightbirds was an underground label, so according to its tradition, releases went as tape- pro-covers, not as dubbed/ pro-done tapes. This means trades were in form of covers+ master CDR. Each label dubbed own tapes, which later circulated everywhere. We traded with this distro (dunkelheit-produktionen.de) as tapes+ covers, so bad quality of sound is their fault I guess."
I checked directly with the label if the clear version was a "pirate" release, this what I've got back from them: "I doubt someone pressed pirate copies. Nightbirds was an underground label, so according to its tradition, releases went as tape- pro-covers, not as dubbed/ pro-done tapes. This means trades were in form of covers+ master CDR. Each label dubbed own tapes, which later circulated everywhere. We traded with this distro (dunkelheit-produktionen.de) as tapes+ covers, so bad quality of sound is their fault I guess."
bosso3rd Do you mean the one on clear cassette? I recently bought one from www.dunkelheit-produktionen.de and the cassette itself is clear, without any marking. Not sure if I'm a victim of some piracy whatnot, but booklet looks very pro printed. And the sound IS crap so I'm looking for any leads that would help me to determine if I got scammed or what. The first release had no printing on the tape itself, mine's just black, I don't know if there are other colors though. The cover looks nice but the sound on these were so bad that the band decided to reprint new ones to be sold on tour. Some were also sold from the Licht von Dämmerung website. All the new pressings were blue with printed text, as in the picture here on discogs, but kept the cover from the Night Birds Record release. These new ones were of much higher sound quality.Most of the tapes that circulate are the old bad pressing I think, since the new good one was sold only (from what I can tell) through the band/LVD.It's possible that they made different colors of the first printing so your copy could very well be an official one. The first time I played mine was in the car and I didn't even recognize the songs, so I to thought that I got the wrong tape somehow.Hope that helps! :)
bosso3rd Do you mean the one on clear cassette? I recently bought one from www.dunkelheit-produktionen.de and the cassette itself is clear, without any marking. Not sure if I'm a victim of some piracy whatnot, but booklet looks very pro printed. And the sound IS crap so I'm looking for any leads that would help me to determine if I got scammed or what. The first release had no printing on the tape itself, mine's just black, I don't know if there are other colors though. The cover looks nice but the sound on these were so bad that the band decided to reprint new ones to be sold on tour. Some were also sold from the Licht von Dämmerung website. All the new pressings were blue with printed text, as in the picture here on discogs, but kept the cover from the Night Birds Record release. These new ones were of much higher sound quality.Most of the tapes that circulate are the old bad pressing I think, since the new good one was sold only (from what I can tell) through the band/LVD.It's possible that they made different colors of the first printing so your copy could very well be an official one. The first time I played mine was in the car and I didn't even recognize the songs, so I to thought that I got the wrong tape somehow.Hope that helps! :)
Edit: Duplicate comment. Removed.Edit: Duplicate comment. Removed.Edit: Duplicate comment. Removed.
Edit: Duplicate comment. Removed.Edit: Duplicate comment. Removed.Edit: Duplicate comment. Removed.
Do you mean the one on clear cassette? I recently bought one from www.dunkelheit-produktionen.de and the cassette itself is clear, without any marking. Not sure if I'm a victim of some piracy whatnot, but booklet looks very pro printed. And the sound IS crap so I'm looking for any leads that would help me to determine if I got scammed or what.
Do you mean the one on clear cassette? I recently bought one from www.dunkelheit-produktionen.de and the cassette itself is clear, without any marking. Not sure if I'm a victim of some piracy whatnot, but booklet looks very pro printed. And the sound IS crap so I'm looking for any leads that would help me to determine if I got scammed or what.