Ludicra - Another Great Love Song


8.2 | 6 votes |
Release date: 2004
Style: Black metal

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01. The Only Cure, The Only Remedy
02. Let Thirst The Soil
03. One-Thousand Wolves
04. Why Conquer?
05. In The Greenest Maze
06. Time Wounds All Heels
07. Aging Ghost

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18.09.2012 - 03:18
BlueMobius
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I really enjoyed this album. Some of it kind of sounds similar to Agalloch's "Faustian Echoes."
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18.09.2012 - 03:28
Marcel Hubregtse
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Haven't heard this one yet. Liked their other stuff though
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18.09.2012 - 03:30
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by Guest on 18.09.2012 at 03:18

I really enjoyed this album. Some of it kind of sounds similar to Agalloch's "Faustian Echoes."


I don't think it his the reason why it reminds you of Faustian Echoes but Aesop Dekker does drum on this Ludicra album and on the Agalloch e.p.
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18.09.2012 - 03:41
BlueMobius
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Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 18.09.2012 at 03:30

I don't think it his the reason why it reminds you of Faustian Echoes but Aesop Dekker does drum on this Ludicra album and on the Agalloch e.p.


I know that, trust me. Seen Agalloch live and I'm very familiar with both bands. The reason I say there are some similarities is that a lot of the riffing and vocal approach on Faustian Echoes sounds very similar to some parts of this Ludicra album.
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18.09.2012 - 03:47
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by Guest on 18.09.2012 at 03:41

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 18.09.2012 at 03:30

I don't think it his the reason why it reminds you of Faustian Echoes but Aesop Dekker does drum on this Ludicra album and on the Agalloch e.p.


I know that, trust me. Seen Agalloch live and I'm very familiar with both bands. The reason I say there are some similarities is that a lot of the riffing and vocal approach on Faustian Echoes sounds very similar to some parts of this Ludicra album.


Like I said I haven't heard this Ludicra album, so can't judge on that part. Saw Ludicra a couple of times live in April/May 2011 just before they called it quits. And seen Agalloch quite a few times as well, last time being last April (so 2012)

Funny thing about Ludcira when talking to John Corbett and Aesop and the girls in the band, they are all majorly into old school heavy metal and thrash
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18.09.2012 - 03:55
BlueMobius
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Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 18.09.2012 at 03:47

Funny thing about Ludcira when talking to John Corbett and Aesop and the girls in the band, they are all majorly into old school heavy metal and thrash

Since they are from San Francisco, that doesn't surprise me. I've been on an old school metal and thrash listening spree lately myself. There are some people here that are into certain scenes then there are some that are regulars at all the metal shows, no matter what the genre. I'm probably more or less part of that latter group. Definitely check out this album though when you get the chance, it's a little different than the band's later material.
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18.09.2012 - 04:02
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by Guest on 18.09.2012 at 03:55


Since they are from San Francisco, that doesn't surprise me. I've been on an old school metal and thrash listening spree lately myself. There are some people here that are into certain scenes then there are some that are regulars at all the metal shows, no matter what the genre. I'm probably more or less part of that latter group.
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Even though the scene I am most into is the doom scene here I also try to check out as many different acts as possible, no matter what they play. That's the great thing about the tiny country The Netherlands is/. Everything is quite nearby. At most you'll have to travel two hours here.


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Definitely check out this album though when you get the chance, it's a little different than the band's later material.



I am certainly planning to check it out.
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Member of the true crusade against European Flower Metal

Yesterday is dead and gone, tomorrow is out of sight
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