Skagos Stream New Album 2013-04-18 by | 7 Comments zaruyache
Vancouver black metal band Skagos has begun streaming its new sophomore album, Anarchic, on Invisibleoranges.com. Divided into seven "movements," the album's first four sections were originally streamed on the group's bandcamp.com page. Now, the record can be streamed in its entirety, including final sections V-VII. The album is to be released on April 23 via Flenser Records.
Really really good. Fuck, now I have to re-dl this. They expanded the 40 minute release that was already out? Clever way to make people have to listen to their album multiple times. This will be the third time for me... sneaky Skagos bastards so is it good It is much better than the original version I like it, but the black metal guitars on the second "track" don't sound as reverb-y and full as they did on the first track. Dunno if they mixed it differently or what. Two 30 minute tracks? This will be a bitch to listen to. Digging: Geinoh Yamashirogumi - Ecophony Gaia
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