I Serve Only Sargeras.
Anyone got recommendations of albums that sound like Unlock the Shrine from The Ruins of Beverast? Been trying to look for similar stuff the past few days but with little luck.
Lurker of Chalice
Can go on but I'm afraid I'll deviate by much from what you want. Those I posted are some of the biggest players in atmospheric bm, which is the main genre of Unlock the Shrine.
edit: Holy shit, new Paysage d'Hiver is out:
Last edited by hellhamster; 2013-02-27 at 06:53 PM.
What I'm looking for more specifically is the claustrophobic, schizophrenic even, feeling that Unlock the Shrine captures really well. Black metal in particular is a genre in which I'm nowadays finding it neccessary to listen to full albums instead of just songs.
Thanks for the recs, atleast Verdunkeln, Kermania and Weakling are artists I haven't looked into yet.
Edit: here's something for people that like Mgla:
and Ygg, very much recommended:
Last edited by Bluewhale; 2013-02-27 at 07:18 PM.
Oh yeah, forgot to add this, pretty sure it wasn't posted last year. Blackened death metal from Canada:
Last edited by Bluewhale; 2013-03-01 at 12:13 AM.
Uldreth <Group Therapy> - Ravencrest EU
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Yep, 11 hours. Available in 6.66 GB USB format by Earache. "Hey Tommy what are you doing this weekend?" "Oh I donno, probably gonna listen to some drone".
Posting Das Tor again, but really this is easily the greatest black metal album I've heard in years.
I know there's some Intronaut fans here, so I'm posting something from their new album which by the way is great! Progressive/sludge metal at its finest.
The album cover/general artwork is also insanely good.
Last edited by hellhamster; 2013-03-16 at 06:59 PM.
So I picked up Soilwork's The Living Infinite double album over the weekend.
I can definately recommend it, real awesome melodeath.
I must say I enjoyed a little revisiting of the genre, since In Flames and indeed Soilwork themselves went on a little more alternative route in their last few albums.
Great stuff, go get it.