Tag: Pelican

Hold Your Tongues – Pelican vs. Russian Circles

Originally written by Dean Brown. Since primitive man made a rhythmic racket by slapping a stick off a rock-face, instrumental music has always been an important part of our culture throughout the ages. Nowadays we

Pelican – Ataraxia/Taraxis Review

Originally written by Rae Amitay Pelican has been producing their somewhat bland brand of instrumental post-metal/rock for a decade, and while it’s nothing I would deem as being particularly innovative, their music has a sludgy

Pelican – What We All Come To Need Review

originally written by Jim Brandon On the heels of writing about the newest Caspian album, Tertia, I almost find myself at a loss to describe my views on What We All Come To Need, from

00s Essentials – Volume Eight

Innovators, revivalists, stalwarts. Volume 8 of The 100 Most Essential Albums of the Decade contains several bands that fit at least one of those descriptions. Varying from the unabashedly artistic to the totally fucking metal, some

Pelican – Ephemeral Review

originally written by Chris McDonald After a fanbase-dividing album such as Pelican’s oft-maligned 2007 full-length City of Echoes, reassuring releases like the Ephemeral EP are a great thing. I wasn’t among those who questioned whether

Pelican – City Of Echoes Review

originally written by Chris McDonald Pelican’s 2005 masterpiece The Fire In Our Throats Will Beckon The Thawwas easily one of the best releases of that year in my book. While I was already familiar with the

Pelican – March Into The Sea Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Two tracks 32 minutes- an extended version of a track of the forth comingThe Fire in Our Throats Beckons the Thaw (“March into the Sea”) and a Justin Broadrick remix of “Angel Tears”