October Falls release new song

2013-02-20 by FictionalFlames | 19 Comments
The Finnish Neo-folk/Black Metal group October Falls has released the song "Boiling Heart of the North" off of their new album The Plague Of A Coming Age that will be released on the Ides of March.

http://dmp666.bandcamp.com/track/boiling-heart-of-the-north

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Crysis
Emeritus
February 20th 2013
17303 Comments


That was way different than what I was expecting

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Ignimbrite
February 20th 2013
6245 Comments


I'm in class right now: is that a good or a bad thing?

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Crysis
Emeritus
February 20th 2013
17303 Comments


I thought it was good. It was all clean vocals, and the song was really down-tempo and simple. The melodies were great.

geasoftime
February 20th 2013
1138 Comments


Man. Intronaut and October Falls next month. Crazy.

JizzInMyPants
February 20th 2013
2828 Comments


only album i dont like from these guys is collapse. hopefully this is good.

DarkNoctus
February 20th 2013
10104 Comments


the album's good, by the way, got the promo

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DarkNoctus
February 20th 2013
10104 Comments


also this song isn't very representative of the rest of the album

JamieTwort
Contributing Reviewer
February 20th 2013
26820 Comments


Only heard Marras, should probably check out some of their other albums. Will give this a listen later.

FictionalFlames
February 20th 2013
1528 Comments


thought it was kind of boring :{

the rest will be amazing for the most part.

JizzInMyPants
February 20th 2013
2828 Comments


^^^ Womb of primordial is a damn near essential listen if you dig dark folkish- black metal, like ulver or agalloch, but collapse is like a repeat of that album except not memorable.

JamieTwort
Contributing Reviewer
February 20th 2013
26820 Comments


Noted, thanks. The more folk influence the better.

FictionalFlames
February 20th 2013
1528 Comments


Sarastus and Marras are in the same vein as Vali's Forlatt if that sparks your interest.

JamieTwort
Contributing Reviewer
February 20th 2013
26820 Comments


Marras is the one I've heard. Sarastus sounds like the one to go for next then, thanks.

Hawks
February 20th 2013
52296 Comments


Awesome.

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surprisefriend
February 20th 2013
310 Comments


hawks doesnt like

Medicinelover
February 20th 2013
27 Comments


sounds super

Dodecahedron
February 20th 2013
970 Comments


For some reason the vocals reminded me of Katatonia.

Wizard
February 20th 2013
20146 Comments


Sucked a fat cock.

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North0House2
February 20th 2013
6000 Comments


I am excited about this. I must listen. It might suck. Might not.

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