post-black metal

Posted Monday, May 26, 2014 - 8:54pm by Clayton Michaels

Chances are if you’re familiar with German post-black metal/blackgaze outfit Lantlôs it’s because of their association with Alcest, whose mainman Niege provided vocals on the group’s two very Alcest-sounding previous full-lengths, 2010’s .neon and 2011’s Agape.

Category: Album Reviews

Tags: Lantlos, Alcest, post-black metal, blackgaze, shoegaze, dream rock, Russian Circles, Year of No Light, Jesu
Posted Thursday, May 22, 2014 - 6:26pm by Clayton Michaels

At this point, I don’t think anyone would fault Agalloch if they decided to simply rest on their laurels. After all, their discography has been so consistently excellent that if the band were to just phone one in and make Pale Folklore: Part II, few people would probably mind. This is a band with absolutely nothing left to prove, especially after 2010’s nearly universally lauded Marrow of the Spirit.

Category: Album Reviews

Tags: Agalloch, album review, black metal, post-black metal, post-punk, folk metal, pagan metal, the Cure
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