Huldra   Signals From the Void
Release Date: 2011

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0.0 silentpotato | April 17th 12

yes anytime a new post metal band forms they are immediately deemed an isis, neurosis, or col rip-off depending on their orientation. But truly, with Signals from the Void, Huldra sounds more like ISIS than even ISIS has since releasing Panopticon

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4.0 excellentTRMshadow | January 12th 13

Call it imitation, an homage to the original, or downright theft; Huldra sound hauntingly similar to the Panopticon/Oceanic era Isis that we constantly have wet dreams about. Nothing new, but what they have done they've done perfectly. 4.0/5


0.0 pedro70512 | December 5th 12

Celestial (Signals From the Void)? Your soundoff was too short, it has to be at least 50


3.5 greatCaptainDooRight | October 25th 12

With similar musical ties to Isis, Neurosis, and Russian Circles, Huldra still maintains a fresh feel to their approach. With mellow-darkened moods they progress well using piano build-up harmonies and crusty guitars that suck you in. There are even ambient-droning synths that serve as a backdrop to their post approach; adding greater variability. Their sense of proper dynamics is what really carries Signals. The sophisticated moods are a true delight. I have high hopes for what they might do in the future. Strong post-rock rec here seons.


5.0 classicirishcoffee1990 | June 25th 17
3.5 greatRelinquished | April 28th 17
3.5 greatLordePots | October 5th 15
4.0 excellentIgnimbrite | May 11th 12
3.5 greatYazz_Flute | December 14th 11

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