Cobalt - Slow Forever album
Every Cobalt album is, of course, always slightly different from the one before it, and in this manner Slow Forever definitely doesn’t disappoint. As a matter of fact, you could definitely argue that Slow Forever is by some margin their least Black Metal album yet. And yet it still feels resolutely like a Cobalt album, through and through, every song delivered without explanation or apology.
Album · 2016 · 12 Songs. In the seven years since 2009’s Gin, the Colorado duo swapped half its lineup-ex-Lord Mantis frontman Charlie Fell is doing the snarling now-but that’s not all Cobalt changed. Once recognizably black metal, their harrowing sludge now wades waist-deep in gunk-encrusted hardcore, Tool’s open-spaced art-grunge, the sadistic nihilism of Swans, and even primal roots forms. Hunt the Buffalo and Beast Whip both open as lumberjack-shack blues, Breath shimmers like forest-folk Led Zeppelin, and the lone voice on Iconoclast is a sampled Ernest Hemingway.
Album Name Slow Forever. 版公司 Profound Lore Records.
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Slow Forever (2016) by Cobalt. Labels: Profound Lore Records. Genres: Black Metal Members: Erik Wunder, Charlie Fell.
Slow Forever delivers a familiar collection of wild, pummeling riffs, with just enough changes to keep Cobalt’s signature sound fresh. These changes aside, however, Slow Forever sounds how any listener would expect a Cobalt album to sound-which is to say, gloriously untamed. Guitars churn out beastly riff after beastly riff, chaotic drums pounding away alongside like a rhinoceros stampede.
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Listen to Slow Forever by Cobalt on Deezer. Total duration:1 h 23 min. 01. Hunt the Buffalo.
Released in March of 2016, 'Slow Forever' is the title of the fourth album released under Cobalt moniker. It's the successor to the highly acclaimed 2009's 'Gin'. This album marks a significant change in the band's existence because of two reasons; first, because the original vocalist Phil McSorley was kicked out of the band due to the personal turmoil between him and the band's mastermind, Erik Wunder, and second, because the time band took to release the album was the longest in their entire career, thus the title. Haste is superfluous here
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- Recorded At – Flatline Audio, Denver, CO
- Mixed At – Flatline Audio, Denver, CO
- Mastered At – Flatline Audio, Denver, CO
- Pressed By – GZ Media – 138346E
- Design [Art], Layout, Photography By – Jimmy Hubbard
- Performer – Charlie Fell, Erik Wunder
- Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – Dave Otero
Notes2xLP Pressed on 180g Burnt Orange/Black Vinyl, limited to 200 units.
Contains an 8 page 11x11 booklet.
Heavy weight, printed inner sleeves w/ artwork.
Digital Download Card for MP3s via Atoz Media included with release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Barcode sticker on clear outer sleeve): 616892355748
- Matrix / Runout (Side A - Stamped): 138346E1/A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B - Stamped): 138346E2/A
- Matrix / Runout (Side C - Stamped): 138346E3/A
- Matrix / Runout (Side D - Stamped): 138346E4/A
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