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Agalloch - Of Stone, Wind, And Pillor Musikalbum

Agalloch - Of Stone, Wind, And Pillor Musikalbum Darsteller: Agalloch
Titel: Of Stone, Wind, And Pillor
Stil: Folk Metal, Doom Metal, Black Metal
Category: Rockmusik
Datum der Freigabe: Jun 2015
Land: US
Etikett: Licht von Dämmerung Arthouse
Katalognummer: KH012
Size MP3: 2722 mb
Size FLAC: 2532 mb
Rating: 4.8


1Kneel To The Cross
Music By, Text By – Tony WakefordRecorded By, Mixed By – Ronn ChickSynthesizer – R. ChickVocals [Intro] – Yager, Anderson, Haughm
2A Poem By Yeats
Mixed By – Aaron SholesMusic By, Vocals – BreyerRecorded By – Daniel S. BreyerText By – William Butler Yeats
3Haunting Birds
Music By – HaughmRecorded By, Mixed By – Michael Lastra
4Foliorum Viridium
Music By – BreyerRecorded By, Mixed By – Daniel S. Breyer
5Of Stone, Wind, And Pillor
Music By – Anderson, J. William W., HaughmRecorded By, Mixed By – Michael LastraText By – Haughm


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TE 020Agalloch Of Stone, Wind, And Pillor ‎(CD, EP)The End RecordsTE 020US2001
TE 020Agalloch Of Stone, Wind, And Pillor ‎(CD, EP, RE, Unofficial)The End Records TE 020USUnknown
KH012Agalloch Of Stone, Wind, And Pillor ‎(12", EP, RE, RM)Licht von Dämmerung ArthouseKH012US2015


Test pressing limited to 5 copies.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped): 130632M1/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped): 130632M2/B



2013 г. Of Stone, Wind, and Pillor 00:00 2. Foliorum Viridium 06:59 3. Nest - Fabled Lore, Hidden in album Agalloch - Of Stone, Wind And Pillor 2001. Agalloch - Of Stone, Wind, And Pillor. Agalloch - Foliorum Viridum. Agalloch - Haunting Birds. Agalloch - Kneel To The Cross. Of Stone, Wind, & Pillor by AGALLOCH, released 24 September 2015 1. Of Stone, Wind, and Pillor 2. Foliorum Viridium 3. Haunting Birds 4. Kneel to the Cross 5. A Poem by Yeates Agalloch's 2001 EP. Katrin seldom a cover is better than the original, but this one is. this song hits me in a way i cannot explain. the chant is mesmerizing. and its ever so wrong to dare to be strong. Favorite track: Kneel to the Cross. Gina Jordan. Gina Jordan Typical awesomeness in their newest LP of 5 songs made me have to buy this immediately . Of Stone, Wind, and Pillor is an EP by American metal band Agalloch. It was originally meant to be released on 7 vinyl in December 1998 by Iron Fist Productions with only the first three songs, but that did not occur. It was later released in 2001 via The End Records with two additional tracks: Kneel to the Cross, recorded in 2001, and A Poem by Yeats, recorded in 2000. This release was limited to 2,500 copies. The cover artwork, Le Cerf Se Voyant Dans L'Eau, was by Gustave Doré. Agalloch was an American metal band formed in Portland, Oregon, United States in 1995. On May 13th, 2016, Agalloch announced their disbandment. John Haughm released the following statement regarding the status of Agalloch: After being inundated by a barrage of responses, I feel that I should clarify some things. I take full responsibility for the decision to part ways with the other guys. It was difficult, well thought-out, and something that had been culminating over the past couple of years. I simply could not continue any further with the band as it was. I had to make a cha read more. Agalloch discography misc. Tomorrow Will Never Come 2003. Agalloch discography all. Pale Folklore 1999. The Mantle 2002. Of Stone, Wind, and Pillor. Album 2001 5 Songs. More By Agalloch. The Serpent & the Sphere. The Mantle. Ashes Against the Grain. Of Stone, Wind and Pillor collects material left off Agalloch's first album, 1999's very impressive Pale Folklore. Its first three songs were previously released in a now hard-to-find 7, and sound quite similar to the depressive ambient folk-metal heard on the band's debut. The remaining two cuts offer more of a departure, and include an awkward-sounding cover of Sol Invictus' Kneel to the Cross and a low-key ambient instrumental named A Poem by Yeats. To begin with, it should be noted that although Of Stone, Wind And Pillor was released in 2001, two years after the release of their debut album, Pale Folklore, it was actually written before that. Listening to the EP, it's pretty obvious it was written at around that time, as a lot of it could have easily gone onto their first album. However, Agalloch waited two years before they got around to releasing this beauty on the 28th of May, 2001. The first three of the five songs on the EP are new versions of songs seen on their two prior demo releases. I haven't heard how they orignally. The stone awaits my fall Upon a grave I dug myself The birds sing their requiems Please lend me your wisdom to fly above the heavens, Across seas of gold, to my land of frostbitten, ageless night. Let me dig my own grave Let me, oh precious noose of mine You are my mother, whose womb around my neck Grants me a world of cold nihility An endless winter night A bitter, black frozen hell For me Forever Is this the pillor I must bear To die on this fucking world. With hate I die and burn

5 copies, 9 owner -> Are you really sure ?