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Memorial

Memorial

Artist: Russian Circles

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Digital Album: $7.99
Memorial
Memorial

Artist: Russian Circles
MP3
1. Memoriam
$0.99
2. Deficit
$0.99
3. 1777
$0.99
4. Cheyenne
$0.99
5. Burial
$0.99
6. Ethel
$0.99
7. Lebaron
$0.99
8. Memorial (Feat. Chelsea Wolfe)
$0.99

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: SARGENT HOUSE
Rel. Date: 10/29/2013
UPC: 634457623620

More Info:

Perhaps the most immediately apparent characteristic of Memorial is its wide range of emotion. Vacillating from somber-yet-soaring melodies on one track to pummeling metal heft on the next, Memorial sounds like an album with split personalities. Where one song showcases guitarist Mike Sullivan, drummer Dave Turncrantz and bassist/keyboardist Brian Cook's mastery of lush melancholic melody, the next exhibits their most abrasive underground metal leaning sound, with washed-out 16th-note riffs and crushing rhythms. The band's penchant for endless hooks remains a constant, but Memorial embodies their most dramatic ranges in tone.

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