Autumn's Dawn stream debut album

2014-08-26 by zaruyache | 2 Comments
The Eisenwald record label has begun streaming the new debut record of Australian
shoegaze/black metal band Autumn's Dawn through their official Bandcamp page.

The album, Gone, is a follow-up to the band's self-titled debut EP released last
April.

Autumn's Dawn is the latest project of Australian multi-instrumentalist Tim Yatras, known
for providing vocals to the band Austere, as well as playing in a handful of other groups
including Germ and Woods of Desolation.

The album can currently be downloaded or ordered physically through both Eisenwald's
Bandcamp page as well as through the label's site directly:
http://records.eisenton.de/album/gone

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zaruyache
August 26th 2014
12695 Comments


If you like blackgaze, liked his cool bm vox in Austere or his dancy stuff in Germ, check this out.

Cappa
August 27th 2014
132 Comments


First song is so so so good. Reminds a bit of the song Incomplete Burning off of Vaura's The Missing album. Dark, shoegazey, punky, poppy.



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