Twilight stream final album

2014-03-21 by Voivod STAFF | 3 Comments
Experimental black metal collective Twilight, are streaming their final album III: Beneath Trident’s Tomb at Pitchfork.

The album was released on March 18 through Century Media Records.

You can stream the album here: http://pitchfork.com/advance/373-iii-beneath-tridents-tomb/

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redshift912
March 21st 2014
37 Comments


Definitely hear the Thurston influence. Album sounds great.

zaruyache
March 21st 2014
15558 Comments


Pfffffffffffffff. The production is crap.

Wizard
March 21st 2014
20062 Comments


The production is amazing, don't know what the fuck you guys are smoking!

And no you don't hear any Thurston influence, where is his presence exactly? He was a waste of talent on here. He didn't really do anything the band wasn't doing before.

This is more along the lines of latter Krieg and anything Sanford Parker has touched recently. I would almost throw this into industrial than bm.



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