Horseback stream new album

2012-05-10 by Magnus Altkula EMERITUS | 18 Comments
Half Blood, the new album from US drone/metal group Horseback, is available for streaming over at this location: http://www.spin.com/articles/stream-horsebacks-black-math-drone-masterpiece-half-blood

The band's fourth studio album was physically released two days ago, on May 8th, via Relapse Records.

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Motiv3
May 10th 2012
8979 Comments


didn't know about this! Gotta get a hold of this.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
May 10th 2012
7490 Comments


Too bad I can't listen to this right now.

Digging: Teething - We Will Regret This Someday

Wizard
May 10th 2012
20083 Comments


It's been leaked for a few days now. It's not nearly as good as The Invisible Mountain.

ManintheBox
May 10th 2012
891 Comments


sweet! will check. Was digging the mellow riffs of ahriman earlier.

Imperial
May 10th 2012
1764 Comments


So far this is like the perfect album to get stoned to.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
May 10th 2012
7490 Comments


The Invisible Mountain is indeed huge.

Motiv3
May 10th 2012
8979 Comments


Invisible mountain ruled so im looking forward to this.

Photon
May 10th 2012
1300 Comments


Still good , Last three songs are great

Imperial
May 10th 2012
1764 Comments


God damn the final track is like opium.

Wizard
May 10th 2012
20083 Comments


Just for warning, this is way too mellow but it's still good. The Invisible Mountain had such a hard edge groove to it. Although, the best parts of that album were when the hard edge grooves turned into hypnotic sway which this album has too much of. I just feel it's not balanced enough.

Imperial
May 10th 2012
1764 Comments


Invisible Mountain this Invisible Mountain that.

theartofdoom
May 10th 2012
254 Comments


Sweet, gonna get baked as fuck to this all weekend

Wizard
May 10th 2012
20083 Comments


Sorry to say Imperial, but The Invisible Mountain is seriously one of the best in the genre. Jenkins had alot to live up to with this and he didn't.

deathofasalesman
May 11th 2012
6058 Comments


Stoked! Listening to this now.

Edit: My only complaint so far, and I'm only on the first song, is that the vocals are way too high in
the mix. I feel like their music calls for more guitar-centric production with the distorted vocals
taking a backseat.

Bleekill
May 11th 2012
832 Comments


It's fucking good, I think Jenks is just really into the ambient side of things. I wish he would go back to the black metal drone doom of Invis Mtn too but I still like his more ambient shit a lot.

North0House2
May 11th 2012
5945 Comments


These guys are just alkfjwa;g'kwe;'akg's;kdg levels of good.

greg84
Emeritus
May 12th 2012
7585 Comments


Half good, half meh. I'm not really into an ambient side of this band.

Digging: Sasquatch - Maneuvers

NastyCrab
May 15th 2012
646 Comments


Horseback? Or Horse the Back? Or is it Back of Horses? Help plz!



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