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Agalloch the mantle
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The Mantle is the second studio album by American metal band Agalloch. The album was released on August 13, by The End Records. The Mantle · Agalloch. Type: Full-length; Release date: August 13th, ; Catalog ID: TE Label: The End Records; Format: CD; Reviews: 32 reviews ( avg. The Mantle is a thoroughly amazing album, only the second full-length from Agalloch. This release focuses more on acoustics and melancholy than their debut.
29 Aug At 10 years old. Agalloch's The Mantle is influential without being very imitable, a new variety of folk music, taking elements of old folk traditions. Find a Agalloch - The Mantle first pressing or reissue. Complete your Agalloch collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. The Mantle, an Album by Agalloch. Released August 13, on The End ( catalog no. TE ; CD). Genres: Folk Metal. Rated #7 in the best albums of .
Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Mantle - Agalloch on AllMusic - - Agalloch's second album, The Mantle, is a. 6 Jul Although their split is still fresh for many, Agalloch's legacy is undeniable. Josh Lee looks at cinematic The Mantle, a unique entry among. 14 Aug Yesterday marked the 10th anniversary of the release by Agalloch of their second full-length, The Mantle. Also yesterday, our brother in blog. 30 Dec Agalloch - The Mantle review: The Mantle is everything that you just can't find the words to describe, and that is what makes it one of the most. 's The Mantle is what many consider to be Agalloch's magnum opus, a great mix of black metal and folk instrumentation that brings it barely to life with bleak.
28 Sep dB HoF NO. The Mantle. Label: The End. Release date: —————— ———————————–. After nearly a decade of European. Agalloch - The Mantle re-issue CD Digipack main photo. Re-issued and re- mastered by The End Records - Agalloch's second full-length album. Digipack with. Agalloch is composed by John Haughm [vocals, guitars, drums], Don Anderson [ guitars] and Jason William Walton [bass]. Let's get to the main idea: The Mantle. As I read the lyrics to the songs in backwards order, I see some sort of story. The first track with lyrics, seems to be about a man who lost his.