Tag: Wolves In The Throne Room

Last Rites’ Facebook Albums Of The Week: February 24th – March 2nd

“Album Of The Day” is a Last Rites Facebook feature we started whose purpose is quite straight-forward: highlight one album per day and say a few words about it. Understanding that not everyone chooses to

Vouna – Vouna Review

The self-titled debut album from the Washington State-based project Vouna is a relatively simple, immersive album, yet it draws elements from a number of styles. The tempo and ragged synths are funeral doom, the melancholy

Wolves In The Throne Room – Thrice Woven Review

Recently, a dimwitted teenager and his equally dimwitted friends became responsible for sparking a 48,000 acre fire in Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge. The teens were caught, praised be, but sadly, their punishment does not include

Wolves In The Throne Room – Celestite Review

originally written by Erik Highter Listening to the new Wolves in the Throne Room. Yup. So I am. Hmm. Wish I had some cheetos. Only 7:15? Huh. Wimpy had a good hamburger scam. — Erik

Wolves In The Throne Room – Celestial Lineage Review

I don’t know about y’all, but I’ve had it up to my receding hairline with the genre-tag war, especially when applied incorrectly. The hot one these days is “post.” What does that even mean, “post”?

00s Essentials – Volume Six

Somewhat fittingly, Volume 6 contains some of the most sinister, diabolical concoctions this decade has seen. This edition of the 100 Most Essential contains some wickedly twisted stuff, but tempers the assault with some calming

Wolves In The Throne Room – Black Cascade Review

Ramar Pittance’s take: “Black metal, by definition, creates a deep psychedelic wash by layering guitar and submerging melody in the chaos. This is one part of black metal that we will always stay true to.”

Wolves In The Throne Room – Diadem Of 12 Stars Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner Hmm…this is interesting. Just when I was giving up on US black metal and the genre in general of putting out anything that really advances and pushes conventional boundaries, a