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i heard one song off aeolia on youtube and thought it was pretty awesome as well.anyone know how good the overall sound quality is for the demo?
It's great to see a thread on these guys! I was introduced to them by the InsideOut sampler this year... I was immediately impressed. The singing definitely sets these guys apart in my opinion. Not a lot of younger bands are stressing good clean vocals these day! Let's hope Leprous inspires more bands to bring back awesome clean singing!
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Quote from: pain of occupation on December 27, 2011, 08:30:59 PMi heard one song off aeolia on youtube and thought it was pretty awesome as well.anyone know how good the overall sound quality is for the demo?It's actually very good, keeping in mind that it's supposed to be a demo. Not the quality of their albums but not the cringeworthy sound that's expected from a demo.Quote from: aparadoxindeed on December 30, 2011, 05:31:59 PMIt's great to see a thread on these guys! I was introduced to them by the InsideOut sampler this year... I was immediately impressed. The singing definitely sets these guys apart in my opinion. Not a lot of younger bands are stressing good clean vocals these day! Let's hope Leprous inspires more bands to bring back awesome clean singing!Couldn't agree more, Einar has one of the most distinctive vocals out there. I've read some completely different opinions on that matter though, even going as far him ruining the band's music.
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28/9: Oslo - John Dee5/10: Copenhagen - Pumpehuset6/10: Praha - ExitUs9/10: Bucharest - Silver Church10/10: Sofia - Mixtape 511/10: Beograd - Gun Club13/10: Pratteln - Galery15/10: Barcelona - Razzmatazz 316/10: Madrid - Ritmo Y Compás17/10: Bilbao - venue tba20/10: Paris - Le Divan Du Monde21/10: Vosselaar - Biebob22/10: London - Underworld25/10: Essen - Turock26/10: Zoetermeer - Borderij27/10: Eindhoven - Effenaar
I felt its length in quite a few places.
Oh boy, that sure was an album. And I was pleasantly surprised to hear Ihsahn on the track "Thorn". Very cool stuff throughout.
I only listen to electro-post dubprog. You've probably never heard of it.
Quick update: The new album will be out early next year and will be produced by none other than Ihsahn. http://www.blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=183120&utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
Vocalist-keyboardist Einar Solberg describes the follow-up to 2011′s Bilateral as “more melancholic and darker.”He explains: “By ‘darker’ I don’t mean more aggressive, but more severe. There’s still a big range in the dynamics, but no jumping between different moods within a song.“I feel we are one step closer to a personal expression. Producers Heidi Solberg Tveitan and Vegard Tveitan, of Mnemosyne, helped us a lot with reaching the full potential of the songs.”
06/9:07/9: Bergen13/9: Oslo14/9: Sandnes15/9:16/9: Skien17/9: Gothenburg18/9: Stockholm19/9: Off day20/9: Helsinki21/9:22/9:23/9:24/9:25/9: Warsaw26/9: Cracow27/9:28/9: CopenhagenSupport band on first part of the tour: ØrkenkjøttBreak.17/10: Prague18/10: Vienna19/10: Bratislava20/10: Budapest21/10: Bucharest22/10: Sofia23/10: Belgrade24/10: Ljubljana25/10: Milano26/10: Pratteln27/10: Genova (Calvari)28/10: Off day29/10: Barcelona30/10: Murcia31/10: Madrid01/11: Porto02/11: Lisbon03/11: Off day04/11: Toulouse05/11: Lyon06/11: Essen07/11: Nijmegen08/11: Paris09/11: London10/11: Oostende11/11:12/11: HamburgSupport band on the 2nd part of the tour: Blindead
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Somewhere, over the wasteland..... bootlegs fly
23.10 has GOT to be Belgrade but I am sad about not seeing Ørkenkjøtt with them if that is the case. But Blindead is tasty too.