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CloakroomTime Well

Label:Relapse Records – RR7356
Format:
CD, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Emo, Space Rock, Shoegaze

Tracklist

1Gone But Not Entirely6:25
2Big World4:54
3Concrete Gallery6:19
4Seedless Star7:37
5Sickle Moon Blues7:17
6Humnal3:32
7The Sun Won't Let Us Go4:04
8Time Well6:52
952HZ Whale4:12
10The Passenger9:08
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Notes

CD in standard jewel case, with 8 page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 81676 73562 4

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Time Well (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Electric Blue/Deep Purple Splatter)Relapse RecordsRR7356US2017
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Time Well (2×LP, Album, Clear)Relapse RecordsRR7356US2017
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Time Well (2×LP, Album)Relapse RecordsRR7356US2017
Time Well (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Blue Electric)Relapse RecordsRR7356US2017
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Time Well (10×File, FLAC, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)Relapse Recordsnone2017

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  • Pancho_Ramone's avatar
    Pancho_Ramone
    Edited 3 years ago
    I love this album. It may take some time for you to crack its morose charms but it's worth it, trust me. The songs take you places, aided by a fantastic production job that sounds just amazing on a decent sized system, where the gnarly guitar effects will really shine. I think this hard to pin band gets miscategorized as "emo" or "post-metal", when it's really most reminiscent of slowcore, just an especially lyrical (and HEAVY) version of that sound. Joins the likes of Low, Hum and Pelican in that lineage of great midwestern guitar bands.
    • cdequaker's avatar
      cdequaker
      On their 2nd album, this Indiana band delivers an organic deep-belly rumble-fest of dreamy, drone-distorted, atmospheric metal melody with a near church-like reverence. The music often grows from a hauntingly soft, low-key murmur to a slow-growing cacophony of thunderous reverberation. Melody is not forgotten; in fact, it’s frequently the underlying thread that holds the viciously bombinating fuzz/grunge/shoegaze roar together. The band calls themselves “stoner emo”—works for me. Some similarities to Low, Nothing, True Widow, Jesu. “Time Well” is dark & dreamy with a subtle room-shaking metal strength that creeps up and explodes, then fades into the sunset. I think there’s something in the water in Indiana…Recommended for literate, depressed rockers.

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