YEAR OF NO LIGHT‘s lengthy, sprawling compositions of towering walls of guitars and sombre synths irradiate a sense of dire solemnity and spiritual gravity, and couldn’t be a more fitting soundtrack for such grim medieval scenarios. But there is also the element of absolution, regeneration, elevation, transcendence in the face of death. Consolamentum is dense, rich and lush and yet somehow feels starved and deprived. The band premiered their new single off of the new release. Listen to “Alètheia”!
“Top-tier post-rock, suspenseful throughout and culminating in an explosive, cathartic climax.” Brooklyn Vegan (US)
Consolamentum is huge, poignant, frightening, sublime, smothering and cathartic – and, much like its predecessor, “audacious, memorable and supremely confident.” DECIBEL (US)
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