~ Sea Of Disorder ~

2013-08-07 13:11:59 UTC

Gentle as waves, that break at the shoreline in a mild autumn afternoon. Monumental and frightening as a thunderstorm in the open sea in a cold and chilly night. Such is the sound of [ Sea Of Disorder ]  from Salzburg. The two guys from Austria are one of the few - if not the only - band from this region that dedicated their work to the darker side of sound. But not only do you find rough and brutal sounding doom soundwalls, but also some places of light, where the ears can take a break and where the mind creates pictures of beautiful sunsets and the soul gets soothed. And just these two extremes is the sound, they wanted to create on their first self-title EP called ~ Sea Of Disorder ~ which is a concept album using lots of maritime themes to describe how 'something' (  which is to be defined by the listener himself  ) is awakening deep below the sea as a metaphor for the feelings - weather good or bad - in everyones' self, that are suppress from everyday life influences.

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[ NOTE ] that this EP is currently available on BandCamp for free. Check out the previewing tracks, the artist FaceBook page and if you haven't yet by all means now is your time to GET IT. EXCELLENT EXCELLENT title all the way which in this case obviously goes for fans of [ The Ocean ] ~ [ Rosetta ] ~ [ Pelican ] and the likes. [ ~ Sea Of Disorder ~ "EP" ] is about 'something' awakening deep below the Sea as a metaphor for the beast that slumbers in every human being and is being suppressed by the daily circumstances that are going on in everyday life that block the real emotions and feelings people would and should have... S.O.D will be releasing the Ep physically in February on "Le Crépuscule du Soir productions" label and the new merchandise is available now by writing to S.O.D via their FaceBook page.

Credits / Released 02 October 2012 Robert Czeko ~ Guitars, Bass, FX, Artwork Christian Hubmann ~ Drums, Guitars, Bass, Keys

Guest Musicians

Loïc Rossetti ( The Ocean ) ~ Vocals Chris Huber ( Wach, Sounds of Earth, Tod durch Arbeit ) ~ FX

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Artist - ~ Sea Of Disorder ~ Album - ~ Sea Of Disorder ~ [ * * * * * ] X10 Release Date - 2012 Genre - Post-rock, Post-metal, Post-hardcore, Ambient-core, Atmospheric Post-rock, Post-sludge [ YOU DECIDE ] Tracklist 1. Chapter I ~ Frozen Tide 07:18 2. Wor~Ship 02:20 3. Chapter II ~ And From The Deep Gloom Came The Stillness Before The Storm To Crush Upon The Sea And To Awake The Secluded Conqueror 04:30 4. Chapter III ~ Reinvigoration / Thalassophobia 13:14 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FREE DOWNLOAD ~ Sea Of Disorder ~ - ~ Sea Of Disorder ~ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: TLSC | Killie | Rinoa | Arktika | Eny -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sea Of Disorder --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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