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Dreadnought - Bridging Realms



8.3 | 47 votes |
Release date: 11 August 2015
Style: Avantgarde metal, Black metal, Progressive metal

Owners:

38 have it
10 want it


01. Ode To Ether
02. Odyssey
03. Minuet De Lune
04. Transpiration
05. Bridging Realms

Line-up
Lauren Vieira - keyboards, vocals
Kelly Schilling - guitars, flute, vocals
Jordan Clancy - drums, saxophone
Kevin Handlon - bass

Additional info
Recorded and mixed by Andy Patterson.
Mastered by Brad Boatright.
Artwork by Mark Facey.

Staff review by
Auntie Sahar
Rating:
N/A
In 2013, I reviewed Dreadnought's Lifewoven debut and compared it to a massive sandwich with an overwhelming number of ingredients. Keeping the metaphorical train a-rolling, one could then say that this year's follow up, Bridging Realms, is more of a fine glass of wine: not quite as heavy, but still flavorful, and more smooth and relaxing.

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published 25.06.2015 | Comments (17)

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Comments: 12   [ 1 ignored ]   Visited by: 274 users
28.05.2015 - 17:42
Zap
Guest
Here's a new track guys.
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28.05.2015 - 18:00
Rating: 9
Netzach
Planewalker
Staff
Yes! Loved their debut, this will be interesting.
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12.08.2015 - 03:10
Rating: 9
Karlabos
Meat and Potatos
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"Aah! The cat turned into a cat!"
- Reimu Hakurei
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20.08.2015 - 23:41
LeKiwi
High Fist Prog
A substantial improvement over their debut. Going to have to give this one another spin!
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02.09.2015 - 16:46
Lethrokai
Written by LeKiwi on 20.08.2015 at 23:41

A substantial improvement over their debut. Going to have to give this one another spin!

Good to hear. As much as many people loved it, I really couldn't get into thier debut. Hoping this one works out better for me.
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Sometimes you just need to roll the dice and look away.
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02.09.2015 - 17:03
!J.O.O.E.!
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Wow, this actually sounds good so far. The last album sounded like shit, quite frankly, but it seems these guys finally got a good producer on board. Sounds much more balanced and organic, and not just an unpleasant sounding collection of ideas thrown together. Even the blackened vocals sound all right here.

And yeah, that artwork is one of the best. Ever.

Making me think of Astra (USA) a very small amount, only much more varied.
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03.09.2015 - 06:24
carltonh
Their first album was excellent, this is mind blowing. Even includes good transitions from smooth, mild jazz to blackish metal and back.
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25.11.2015 - 07:44
Wukk
This release needs more attention.
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If you're 666 then I'm 777
http://www.last.fm/user/Joodicator
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19.12.2015 - 19:10
Rating: 9
JayMo4
Written by Wukk on 25.11.2015 at 07:44

This release needs more attention.


Umm, yeah... This is absolutely one of the best records of the year. There's something here to love for fans of post, prog, folk, even black... Heavy and beautiful at the same time, on a level a lot of bands might shoot for but can't seem to approach. The songs are very well composed. This is the kind of music that just swallows you up. Very well done.
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04.04.2016 - 23:13
Rating: 9
Daggon
Underpaid M.D.
Definitely one of the highlights of 2015. Smooth.
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"Les vers savent qu'ils n'ont pas d'ailes, c'est pour cela qu'ils se cachent sous terre"
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24.10.2016 - 19:02
Rating: 10
phanto
Sweet blend of instruments and styles. Love the screams. Imperfections in all the right places. I like it a lot!
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28.10.2016 - 22:53
Rating: 10
phanto
Bumping up to 10 for Odyssey.
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