Free Saddest Landscape Albums
2013-02-18 by DarknessOhHell | 16 Comments
The Saddest Landscape is giving away free downloads of their first two full lengths, Sound of the Spectacle, and Lift Your Burdens High for This is Where We Cross...

The band recently reissued both previously out of print albums on vinyl as well as part of a 10 year anniversary box set. You can find the downloads here: http://thesaddestlandscape.bandcamp.com/
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Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
February 18th 2013
50375 Comments


Both rule

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slipnslide
February 18th 2013
2640 Comments


lift your burdens is a 5 for me

Eclecticist
February 18th 2013
3863 Comments


Good stuff. I just downloaded both because they were the only two album by these guys that I didn't already have.

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
February 18th 2013
23819 Comments


pretty sure I lost a few of their albums during my recent hard-drive switch, this is awesome.

MMX
February 18th 2013
4817 Comments


sweet, already have these though

XingKing
February 18th 2013
10576 Comments


I wonder who thought the updated artwork for The Sound was a good idea. The chick is distracting with how ugly her mouth is.

Spec
February 18th 2013
27170 Comments


JUST TO HEAR YOUR VOICE

henryChinaski
February 18th 2013
2758 Comments


Cool!

DanielNightLewis
February 18th 2013
552 Comments


They were fantastic when they came through my town last.

VisceralUproar
February 18th 2013
161 Comments


So pumped about this.
Every time I hear the band name, though, I think of the band in Scott Pilgrim Versus the World.
"SO SAD... Thank you."

Vespiion
February 18th 2013
1222 Comments


Really cool move. I still need to hear their newer stuff, actually.

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RevenantBlue
February 18th 2013
136 Comments


Excellent, I've never been able to find "Lift Your Burdens.." in its entirety

XingKing
February 18th 2013
10576 Comments


@Vespiion: You Will Not Survive is easily the greatest thing they have and will ever do, but After the Lights is a monstrous piece of shit.

ConcubinaryCode
February 18th 2013
2076 Comments


Getting on this now

sixdegrees
February 18th 2013
17081 Comments


sweet! don't have their debut, so i'll get that.

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sinisterplague
February 19th 2013
151 Comments


Just downloaded Lift Your Burdens High last night. Very impressive instrumentation, and very genuine emotion. I actually thought it was /too/ emotional though, given the subject matter seemed mostly just about woman troubles. I actually listened to Brand New instead for a while for something less melodramatic, its that type of album.

Is this something characteristic of all "skramz" bands?



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