- Performer Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster
- Title Exegesis
- Date of release 2012
- Style Post Rock
- Other formats RA MMF AU TTA AC3 WAV WMA
- Genre Rock
- Size MP3 1538 mb
- Size FLAC 1301 mb
- Rating: 4.5
- Votes: 137
Collapse by Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster, released 21 November 2009 1. Blue Skies 2. Collapse 3. Duggah 4. 0-7156-3561-1 5. Sunday 6. Seaweed 7. Winchester Pump 8. Tokyo Rose 9. Monolith 10. Twenty Collapse was recorded in 2009 over the period of about 9 months, and is the culmination of the first stage of the bands work. The album was mastered by Mehdi Safa of Shelsmusic fame. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Band Name Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster. Data de lançamento 02 Fevereiro 2012. Labels Self-Released. Estilo de MúsicaProgressive Metal. Membros têm este álbum1.
Here we go, a new TNBD album is waiting to be detected, from a band equipped with a curious name - once heard or read, you'll never forget. Exegesis' is the second TACOMA NARROWS BRIDGE DISASTER album - an exceptional one, a balancing act consisting of fervour and melancholy. Key element is the dual guitar appearance by Drew Vernon and Adam Paul, soaring, echoing, riffing, crashing - the more I listen the more I like this.
Features Song Lyrics for Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster's Exegesis album. Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster is also the name taken by five-man band from London, who came together in 2008 with the aim of creating epic soundtracks for terrible events. Yesterday, they released their second album, Exegesis. Composed of eight largely instrumental songs, most of them lengthy (with more than an hour of total run-time), the album is itself like a fever dream, which may be why it affected me so powerfully
From the cover of Exegesis (an image of a glowing nebula in deep space), to tracks such as "Valis" and "Black Iron Prison", to the album title itself, it is very clear that Philip K. Dick is a beloved character to the members of Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster (TNBD) and his work saturates the very core of their music. Albeit named for a horrendous tragedy in American history, the band and their 2012 release is far from catastrophic
FX: How did you come to choose the band name Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster? TNBD: We went through a lot of band names before we settled on this one. I watched the news-reel footage of the Tacoma Narrows bridge collapsing, and it struck a chord. Something in the geometric collapse was reflected in the music being written at the time, and the name felt right. FX: You have a new album out, "Exegesis". What were your goals and aims for this album and were you pleased with the result? TNBD: The first album, "Collapse", was essentially us discovering what we were about. Exegesis is really our first attempt at putting together a thematic album. We based a lot of the mood and lyrical content on the works of Philip K. Dick – a writer that we all hold in high esteem.
|5||Black Iron Prison|
|6||Going Out Like Lights On A Switchboard|