Sometimes an album just connects with your soul. This one did.
[So is the artwork by the way].
Accompanied by a nice note from the band. Please consider a vinyl version; you can sign me up for purchase.
Favorite track: YOS.
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Sometimes music is too heartbreaking to listen to. This is, yet I do, knowing it's about real people, extreme courage and gut-punching tragedies. If ever music spoke louder than words, this does. I feel guilty for listening and enjoying, so I dedicate my thoughts to love for those lost.
This is a new level of Post-Rock, from a band I had recently heard for the first time. What a blessing to have found them.
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This is the most amazing post-rock discovery I've had in a long time. How have I not heard of this band previously? I have been listening to this and their other album for days straight after first listen. Amazing, deep, powerful. Words don't do justice. Listen and lose yourself in this. zeuslyone
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Pure cosmic post rock indulgence. Music that's so awe-inspiring and desolate at the same time that you feel like you're in a sci-fi movie set on the other side of the galaxy. The perfect mix of crashing heavy riffs and beautiful, peaceful moments of calm. Standout moments are the gorgeous intro to Pig Powder, the headbang-worthy breakdown of the title track and I can't not mention the last 90 seconds of Finem Solis, which for something so simple, I just can't find words to describe. djentstorm