NPR is hosting the public's first listen to "Woodland Cathedral," the fifth track off of Cascadian black metal act Wolves In The Throne Room's upcoming LP, Celestial Lineage at this location.

The fourth album of the band, Celestial Lineage, will be released on September 13th, via Southern Lord Records.




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Band profile: Wolves In The Throne Room
 
Posted: 15.08.2011 by Cynic Metalhead



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!J.O.O.E.! - 15.08.2011 at 12:17  
Quite nice but doesn't tell us much about the album's style. Good artwork though.
Cynic Metalhead - 15.08.2011 at 15:29  
Artwork is really good but the song sounds me like an darker version of Nightwish stuff. Well, looking forward for the album though.
InnerSelf - 15.08.2011 at 16:04  
I did not just read Nightwish , did I ?
!J.O.O.E.! - 15.08.2011 at 16:12  
Written by InnerSelf on 15.08.2011 at 16:04

I did not just read Nightwish , did I ?

Yes but you should ignore it. Apparently clean female vocals = Nightwish to some.
InnerSelf - 15.08.2011 at 16:18  
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 15.08.2011 at 16:12

Written by InnerSelf on 15.08.2011 at 16:04

I did not just read Nightwish , did I ?

Yes but you should ignore it. Apparently clean female vocals = Nightwish to some.


I knew it >_< so WitTR's biggest influence IS Nightwish
!J.O.O.E.! - 15.08.2011 at 16:21  
Written by InnerSelf on 15.08.2011 at 16:18



I knew it >_< so WitTR's biggest influence IS Nightwish

If you play Wolves' songs backwards at 73% speed they're actually unreleased Nightwish demos.
Skyum - 15.08.2011 at 17:06  
Waaay too short. But looking at the amount of songs on this album, it looks like we won't get a lot of 12-18 minute songs. Still looking forward to hearing the album, especially after reading that interview.
Carl Berg - 15.08.2011 at 19:06  
Beautiful song whose monotonous majesty is only surpassed by the dissonant grandeur of Jessika Kinney's dual-hymn. Manages to derive from the original WITTR style but just so as to keep the forest mysticism alive. A definate buy for Carl.
BitterCOld - 15.08.2011 at 19:51  
Wtf is it with usbm acts appearing on NPR? i still cannot figure it out. (Krallice did this as well with their latest). given the band's politics, i suppose it makes a slight degree of sense - but when i look at all my thirtysomething friends that listen to NPR, i think listening to Wolves in the Krallice Room would cause them to jam a sharp objects into their ears...
!J.O.O.E.! - 16.08.2011 at 01:57  
Written by Carl Berg on 15.08.2011 at 19:06

Beautiful song whose monotonous majesty is only surpassed by the dissonant grandeur of Jessika Kinney's dual-hymn. Manages to derive from the original WITTR style but just so as to keep the forest mysticism alive. A definate buy for Carl.

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