Godthrymm - Release 'The Vastness Silent' Single


UK doom metal trio Godthrymm, featuring ex-My Dying Bride members (vocalist/guitarist Hamish Glencross and drummer Shaun "Winter" Taylor-Steels) have just unleashed a brand new single, entitled The Vastness Silent, through Profound Lore Records. The track was initially intended to appear on the band's Reflections LP, released earlier this year, but was not completed in time to make the cut. The band eventually re-entered the studio with Mark Mynett (My Dying Bride) to finish the song in addition to completing an alternate version of "We Are The Dead (And Dreaming)" with cello.

Comments Glencross, "We are so incredibly proud to release these two songs and end 2020 on a positive note for Godthrymm. We released our debut album Reflections in February to great reviews, but like so many artists, have been unable to promote in the usual live arena that we love so much. However, this situation has allowed us to revisit a song that was not included on the album, and also do a new reinterpretation of a song from the album that has proven to be a firm favorite. We were fortunate to work with acclaimed producer Mark Mynett to bring you these songs, and his approach has brought a widescreen cinematic epic vision to these songs. These tracks were recorded and mixed in their entirety by Mark, completely independent of the album sessions.

Writing for 'The Vastness Silent' began before the album was recorded," he continues, "but was only completed after the album release. We always loved it musically and are now pleased to present it in this epic state with thundering bass from Bob Crolla and the additional vocals of Catherine Glencross. 'We Are The Dead' is somewhat of a signature tune for us, and is now presented as 'We Are The Dead (And Dreaming)' - retitled to reflect the grandeur of this reworked deluxe version now featuring not only Bob, Winter, Catherine, and myself, but also with the sublime cello playing of Jo Quail. We now look to the future with hope and positivity for what 2021 may bring. And we wish all the best moving forward."




Source: earsplitcompound.com
Band profile: Godthrymm
 
Posted: 06.12.2020 by nikarg


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06.12.2020 - 11:46
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Tage Westerlund
This is good, prommising band, good doom.
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06.12.2020 - 11:54
JoHn DoE
How does one read this band name?
they could not spell "rhythm" ?
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06.12.2020 - 14:29
Bad English
Tage Westerlund
Written by JoHn DoE on 06.12.2020 at 11:54

How does one read this band name?
they could not spell "rhythm" ?


Motbe tsi wirtten ni Gealic?
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Life is to short for LOVE, there is many great things to do online !!!

Stormtroopers of Death - ''Speak English or Die''

I better die, because I never will learn speek english, so I choose dieing
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06.12.2020 - 14:37
JoHn DoE
Written by Bad English on 06.12.2020 at 14:29

Written by JoHn DoE on 06.12.2020 at 11:54

How does one read this band name?
they could not spell "rhythm" ?


Motbe tsi wirtten ni Gealic?


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08.12.2020 - 00:56
Batlord666
Written by JoHn DoE on 06.12.2020 at 11:54

How does one read this band name?
they could not spell "rhythm" ?

I just say "God-Thrim"
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