Barren Earth album details
2012-01-11 by Magnus Altkula STAFF | 18 Comments
Barren Earth will release their sophomore full-length album, The Devil's Resolve, in North America on March 13, Japan and Finland on March 7 and rest of EU on March 12 via Peaceville Records. The effort will be made available both on CD and vinyl.

As it stands on the band's homepage: "Mixed by Dan Swanö (Opeth, Katatonia) at Unisound in Sweden, The Devil's Resolve continues with all the trademarks one has come to associate with Barren Earth: brutal riffs, gloomy growls, majestic melodies, as well as acoustic and progressive passages. But this time the band has delved even deeper, taking this sophomore effort to the extremes through musical landscapes encompassing brutal death metal, doomy vocals, trippy 70's prog lunacy, pastoral passages and even bagpipes."


Tracklist:
1. Passing Of The Crimson Shadows
2. The Rains Begin
3. Vintage Warlords
4. As It Is Written
5. The Dead Exiles
6. Oriental Pyre
7. White Field
8. Where All Stories End
9. Martyrs of Devotion
10. World in Haze

Cover art: http://www.burningshed.com/covers/large2742.jpg

The album is also available for pre-order from the following link: http://www.burningshed.com/store/peaceville/product/261/3518/
Tagged: Barren Earth

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bloc
January 11th 2012
35086 Comments


Awesome, the previous album was great so this should be cool too.

Art kinda sucks though.

Hawks
January 11th 2012
35862 Comments


Curse of the Red River was pretty good so I'll probably check this out.

Emim
January 11th 2012
26675 Comments


Sweet

Hawks
January 11th 2012
35862 Comments


Also:

Art kinda sucks though.

Wtf that art rules.

ev0ken
January 11th 2012
586 Comments


yes, definitely going to get this.

Shiduba
January 11th 2012
424 Comments


Yay! Barren Earth is awesome, and all the bands of the people who play in the band are also very awesome.

FictionalFlames
January 11th 2012
1527 Comments


hell yeah


m/

BallsToTheWall
January 11th 2012
44805 Comments


"bagpipes"


WIN

Shuyin
January 11th 2012
12176 Comments


want this

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CakeWithCream
January 11th 2012
1029 Comments


the more Australian bands gettin exposure the better, but also pumped for the album

Ignimbrite
January 11th 2012
5535 Comments


cool band name so I'll probably check this out

bloc
January 11th 2012
35086 Comments


The band name sucks man

Yazz_Flute
January 11th 2012
18898 Comments


Curse of the Red River was a really good album.

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Shuyin
January 11th 2012
12176 Comments


was awsome! and the band name too

SylentEcho
January 12th 2012
1576 Comments


Neat!

Curse of the Red River was awesome.

ShinobiDaisuke
January 13th 2012
51 Comments


Bagpipes? F*** yeah!

Eulogize
January 13th 2012
2969 Comments


Album art is pretty sweet.

CakeWithCream
January 13th 2012
1029 Comments


it's not an ugly cover but i wouldn't say its spectacular



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