- Performer Forest Grave
- Title Before
- Date of release 2012
- Style Black Metal
- Other formats AUD AC3 XM AA WMA APE DTS
- Genre Rock
- Size MP3 1944 mb
- Size FLAC 1636 mb
- Rating: 4.4
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Band Name Forest Grave. Released date 18 December 2011. Labels Path Of The Wolf. Music StyleAvantgardiste Black. Members owning this album0. Limited to 25 copies. Other productions from Forest Grave. Albums in Avantgardiste Black.
Band Name Forest Grave. Data wpisu 18 Grudzień 2011. Wydawcy Path Of The Wolf. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0.
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A more atmospheric album than its predecessor, 2015's "Beware The Sword You Cannot See", this album has nods to the previous sonic explorations on 2012's "A Shadowplay For Yesterdays". We also hear the band utilizing more open space and sound textures in addition to their trademark Avantgarde black metal, dipping into the raw sounds of 2010's "Opportunistic Thieves Of Spring". Special attention should also be payed to the artwork of "Grave Mounds And Grave Mistakes": all visuals are not digital/virtual creations or photographs of existing scenery.
Forest Grave Before Forest Grave discography (demos). lt; Visions of These Desolate Lands (2011). Winter Rehearsal (2013). Forest Grave discography (all). lt; Forest Grave, Ostots II (2011).
Much like its predecessor, the album is quite abstract and theatrical, albeit this time around there is quite a bit of folk influence to be had as well. If I were to compare this feeling to a comic, it would have to be Alan Moore’s From Hell. Precipice Proutette observes many changes, with only a little bit of black metal as a backing section–just the way that it should be, I would think. I didn’t catch this the first time, but it’s really something. You’ll need to sit down and listen to this cut at least a few times before you finally understand the barrage of emotions being unleashed here. As a matter of fact, I actually lament the fact that I will not be able to sit down with this one as much as I need to, because I have so many other discs that need to be covered, but a cut like this makes the disc especially brilliant.
Profile: One-man black metal act from the UK.
Nostalgia Forest Grave. Destroyed Underneath The Blackened Skies Forest Grave. Follow Him Forest Grave. Through This Old Land Forest Grave. Time (Part II) Forest Grave. Night (Part II) Forest Grave. Where The Birds Fly Forest Grave. Time (Part III) Forest Grave. Morning Light Forest Grave & Ostots. Time (Part V) Forest Grave. Paths Trodden Before Forest Grave & Ostots. The Oak And The Spirit Forest Grave.
Their sound is strange - off-putting, melodramatic and messy for some, captivating, wildly creative and hugely powerful for others. Much of what made the previous two records a success is present in Grave Mounds and Grave Mistakes. Nothing is predictable, nothing stable. but the same tropes are here. Mister Curses’ maniacal shouted ramblings are present, supplemented by healthy doses of Katheryne Queen of Ghosts’ violin sections and clean vocals, backed by peculiar ambient textures.