A View From Afar by Below A Silent Sky

2018-03-11 01:55:31 UTC

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Below A Silent Sky has just released their album A View From Afar.

" We're proud to announce our 2nd album - A View From Afar - is now official released on bandcamp and available on CD in our merch store and at our shows. We worked with blood, sweat and tears for over half a year to record these new tracks and shaped them till they hit our ideas. For now, it`s time to thank all of you guys who supported us on our way either at our shows, in the studio, with the artwork and the thousands of other things related to this record and our music."

Track List

  • The Highest Shrine - 09:05 
  • Caverns of Light - 08:51 
  • Tartarus - 10:28 
  • Earthshifter - 08:53 
  • The Great Divide - 18:29

Genre : metal, atmospheric, doom, instrumental, post-metal, post-rock, psychedelic

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