Roads To The North

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Marcel Faust
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Marcel Faust This is still and by far one of the best black metal albums I've heard. It's rough, it's pure, it's cold and emotional to a point where everything starts to overwhelm you at once.
The bluegrass influence was new for me but it made it even more credible. Listen to The Long Road Part 1-3 and tell me your not stunned and blown away by this sheer amount of melancholic storytelling. Favorite track: The Long Road Part 3: The Sigh Of Summer.
rghchallen
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rghchallen Joyful, uplifting black metal. The part of 'Where Mountains Pierce The Sky' from 7.52 - 9.08 is utterly beautiful - it makes my heart soar. Favorite track: Where Mountains Pierce the Sky.
Alastor Blake
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Alastor Blake There are a lot of great black metal albums, and then there are those that are spiritual experiences. This is one of them. (And thanks for being a comrade.) Favorite track: Where Mountains Pierce the Sky.
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Recorded in rural Minnesota by Austin Lunn and Spenser Morris. Re amped, mixed and mastered by Colin Marston.

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released August 2, 2014

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