Elder (USA-MA) Innate Passage
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GhostShelter
November 11th 2023


987 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Turns out 3 out of the 4 members live full time in Berlin Germany. So Elder (US-MA) is not accurate. Lol

osmark86
January 25th 2024


11421 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I hope they come back to Sweden after touring in the US with Tool. This album came out 1 month after I saw them live and they played nothing from this unfortunately. Hoping that with the new traction they're likely to get as a result of touring with Tool they can play a larger stage here and longer.

RogueNine
January 25th 2024


5566 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Honestly surprised this got the reception that it did. Up against the rest of their stuff it just seems like another Omens.

trilo
January 25th 2024


6370 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

so much better than omens

RogueNine
January 26th 2024


5566 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I might even give Omens the nod because it has Halcyon (unnngg so good).

bowlermicah
January 26th 2024


206 Comments


Seeing these guys tonight open for Tool, cursory glance of this album seems cool

Frost15
January 26th 2024


3261 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Meanwhile in America, Elder opening for Tool... Enjoy it you lucky mofos haha

SitarHero
January 27th 2024


14726 Comments


"it just seems like another Omens."

It's overall better than Omens, but Embers is an S-Tier jam.

I'm gonna see them open for Tool. I caught them for the first time when they were headlining tour with Howling Giant (also a great band) a couple of months ago and it was one of the most intensely performances I've experiences. Musical euphoria.

el_newg
June 5th 2024


2098 Comments


been enjoying the hell outta this band lately

DarkSideOfLucca
June 5th 2024


18131 Comments


Yeah elder fuckin rule



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