Stream new Hammock song

2013-11-04 by insomniac15 STAFF | 12 Comments
Post rock outfit Hammock have started pre-ordering their upcoming record, Oblivion Hymns, due out on November 26. 'I Could Hear The Water At The Edge Of All Things' is available as a free download with each bundle.

For the stream and more information on orders, tracklist and package, access Hammock's Bandcamp profile here - http://shop.hammockmusic.com/album/oblivion-hymns

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jacobybelgium
November 3rd 2013
71 Comments


i'm likin' this record art/vibe, goes nice with the music. good stuff

tacos n stuff
November 3rd 2013
2700 Comments


pumped!

alachlahol
November 4th 2013
7593 Comments


little campy but oh well when i hear the soft choral chidings of children i can do no less than listen

jmnewcomer18
November 4th 2013
3815 Comments


beautiful track

Amphoteric
November 4th 2013
2014 Comments


Stunning stuff, as per usual.

elbaliem
November 4th 2013
1051 Comments


stoked!

minty901
November 4th 2013
3567 Comments


sounds awful and cheesy to me. which is a shame because ten thousand years wont save your life was instant love last year.

tlhk
November 4th 2013
318 Comments


loving it. looking forward to the new album

geasoftime
November 4th 2013
1138 Comments


The transition into the choral part wasn't very smooth. I felt like it kind of clashed with the rest of the track. There's potential if the track arrangement is complimentary and it works with the next track though.

I hope that Hammock haven't bitten off more than they can chew with Oblivion Hymns. To write, orchestrate, record, and release an album only thirteen months after a pretty successful double LP is ambitious. Considering the scope of the project and how many musicians are involved, it's amazing that they've managed to pull it off. Hopefully the album is consistent in quality with the rest of their discography.

Catatonic
November 4th 2013
150 Comments


"The transition into the choral part wasn't very smooth" idk geas, the rest of the music had already faded. Granted, it was a fast fade transition. I agree though that what that track leads into will have a lot to do with how out of place it is.

Daedus
November 4th 2013
124 Comments


There wasn't much of a "transition" at all. Great track, though. It manages, as is Hammock's MO, to be both minimal and sublimely powerful.

Amphoteric
November 4th 2013
2014 Comments


Seemed like a fine transition to my ears, it's not like it was one part one moment then suddenly out of nowhere the chorus came in, there was a fade at least.



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