New Wolves in the Throne Room single
2014-06-25 by Simon B. AKA Sputs OFFICIAL Pooh Bear | 26 Comments

Black Metal band Wolves In The Throne Room have released their second single off their upcoming instrumental album, Celestite.

Stream the new single 'Initiation at Neudeg Alm' here:

http://noisey.vice.com/blog/wolves-in-the-throne-room-initiation-at-neudeg-alm-stream

The album is set to be released on 7th July in the UK/Europe and July 8th in North America under the band's new record label, Artemisia Records.

Band Page: Wolves in the Throne Room

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RustCohle
June 25th 2014
10 Comments


boring

Toondude10
June 25th 2014
3929 Comments


What the fuck is this shit?

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RustCohle
June 25th 2014
10 Comments


Vangelis did this much better 30 years ago

MoosechriS
June 25th 2014
5008 Comments


Not as good as the first one they released, but still enjoyed it. Gothe album preordered anyways so gonna hear the whole thing soon enough.

Sharpyyy
June 25th 2014
40 Comments


Vangelis did this much better 30 years ago [2]

snerefedsav
June 25th 2014
825 Comments


this kind of blows

zaruyache
June 25th 2014
6431 Comments


The melody toward the middle is the same as found in Subterranean Initiation, and both are the second "full" tracks on their respective albums. Did they take the synth lines from Celestial Lineage and just add to them to make them into individual songs?

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Spag
June 25th 2014
1759 Comments


band sucks

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Crysis
Staff Reviewer
June 25th 2014
16388 Comments


The melody toward the middle is the same as found in Subterranean Initiation, and both are the second "full" tracks on their respective albums. Did they take the synth lines from Celestial Lineage and just add to them to make them into individual songs?


This was basically the whole entire concept behind the record - take fragments from Celestial Lineage and expand upon them. They were very clear about that when they first detailed the album.

The record only really makes sense when listened to as a whole, so just getting singles aren't giving even close to the complete picture.

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Wizard
June 25th 2014
19395 Comments


You kids have no idea who Vangelis is, stop pretending. This was fucking awesome and I can't wait to hear this in context with the rest of the album (as per what Kyle said).

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Toondude10
June 25th 2014
3929 Comments


Well this ain't WITTR that I know

Futures
June 25th 2014
10607 Comments


shut up they changed styles get over it. albums going to rule.

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Wizard
June 25th 2014
19395 Comments


It's like they went Burzum. This is what Varg should have done a long time ago instead of chanting like a dummy and covering his own classic songs.

Futures
June 25th 2014
10607 Comments


except this rules and new burzum blows for the most part

Toondude10
June 25th 2014
3929 Comments


lol this ain't black metal

Futures
June 25th 2014
10607 Comments


no shit retard

zaruyache
June 25th 2014
6431 Comments


This was basically the whole entire concept behind the record - take fragments from Celestial Lineage and expand upon them. They were very clear about that when they first detailed the album.

They said it was going to a companion piece to Celestial Lineage but I never got that they'd be taking the actual synthwork from that album and recycling it. Interesting song, though. The cheesy "twinkly" bit at the beginning was odd, but the rest was enjoyable.

kount
June 25th 2014
1279 Comments


just listened and i think this might have potential to be black metal soty

Relinquished
June 25th 2014
25018 Comments


pretty good

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
June 25th 2014
16388 Comments


To quote from their original press release:

Some melodies from Celestial Lineage are recognizable

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
June 25th 2014
18457 Comments


wolves in the tangerine room

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Graveyard
June 25th 2014
5730 Comments


best thing ever

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RustCohle
June 26th 2014
10 Comments


"You kids have no idea who Vangelis is, stop pretending. This was fucking awesome and I can't wait to hear this in context with the rest of the album (as per what Kyle said)."

As I am in my 40s I pretty much know who Vangelis is. Also Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze have done this a million times better. This record will be absolutely pointless.



slapguitarer
June 26th 2014
13 Comments


As long as they play older material on their upcoming tour, I won't hate this record.

Dryden
June 26th 2014
12928 Comments


not gonna bother

climactic
June 26th 2014
18885 Comments


upcoming tour

if you can even call like 6 west coast dates a tour

*sadface*



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