Release date: 13 July 2012
Style: Progressive metal, Folk doom metal

Rating:

7.9 | 10 votes

Owners:

12 have it
7 want it


01. The Plutonian Shore
02. Trees
03. A Great Leap In The Dark
04. Grey Waters
05. Red Sun Rising
06. Begotten From Mother Earth
07. Only The Wind Calls Back
08. Forest Of Despair
09. Pillars
10. Fragments Of A Day

Review


Line-up
Ted Schoenleber - vocals
Joe Opolka - guitars, vocals
Zak Koehn - guitars, keyboards
Noel Chandek - drums
Jeff Stalsberg - bass

Staff review by
Susan

Rating:
N/A
Wisconsin, one of the colder parts of the northern United States, has produced an equally frosty and frigid album by young band Arbor. What's not to love? We have doom/black/prog metal with heavy folk leanings yet plenty of melody; screamed, growled, and clean vocals; intense drumming featuring some cold, crisp cymbal work; nice variety in tempos; all topped off with plenty of passion.

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published 26.10.2012 | Comments (4)

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BoxCar Willy - 21.07.2012 at 19:00  
Rating: 9 Really wish i didn't have to wait 90 days >:(

Anyway, a really good, and versitile album, kinda prog folk doom.

I really like the drum and guitar work.

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