Newly remixed and remastered and this time on vinyl!
Released in collaboration with I Corrupt Records (Germany) and No Funeral Records (Canada).
Grandiose, ugly, imperfect and emotional, conjuring comparisons to both screamo and post rock, while never really settling into either mold, this record guides you through the accumulation and acceptance of regret, with equal parts poetic narration and haunted wailing.
“...the melodies, even in the most briskly high-energy moments of the music, sound utterly aching, as if the whole world has somehow suddenly clenched its chest while wracked by painful emotional turmoil. The majesty of the sound feels undeniable, as does the underlying rip current of sonically-captured depressive pain.- 5/5” - Captured Howls
“It’s not often you find a little-known, newer band who on first listen can really shake you to your core. [...] Pained vulnerability in this manner is hard to pull off, but the sincerity is fueled so well by the folky gloom of the ensemble.” - Heavy Blog Is Heavy
“Portal to the God Damn Blood Dimension prove just how well classical music and hardcore work together [...] This music hit me in a deeply profound way, and it helped me start to heal.” - Slug Mag
supported by 5 fans who also own “Rotten Fruit; Regular Orchard”
Par rapport au monstrueux A Dawn to Fear, The Raging River est un album qui paraît presque raisonnable. Sauf qu’il est dans la continuité de Cult of Luna, c’est-à-dire pas raisonnable du tout. Comme bande-son de fin du monde, il se pose un peu là: à l’instar de son titre, il va balloter l’auditeur entre cailloux, troncs arrachés et débris divers. (Chroniqué sur https://alias.erdorin.org) Stéphane Gallay