Like falling into a void, a sound that completely envelopes you in state of constant mental discomfort but also a strange calmness. The various field recordings that Yellow Eyes is known for bring the level of immersion to another level
Favorite track: No Dust.
Rare Field Ceiling is the coldest Yellow Eyes record to date, and it is also the warmest. It is the most inviting, the most alienating, the murkiest and the sharpest, always falling apart and yet held together by a dawning sense that within the thicket is a vision of majestic clarity.
But as Rare Field Ceiling climbs and climbs, majesty becomes delusion and clarity becomes mania. Yellow Eyes have always held failure up to the light and found patterns in the glow, but here they trace a doomed arc and, with unnerving focus, follow it to the very end.
In the cryptic, labyrinthine tradition of Ved Buens Ende, Fleurety, and early Blut Aus Nord, Yellow Eyes play black metal, uncompromising and unbound. Rare Field Ceiling is the latest statement in an increasingly significant and singular legacy.
released June 28, 2019
Recorded in Yelping Hill, 2018
Guitar, vocals: W. Skarstad
Guitar, production: S. Skarstad
Bass: A. DeMaria
Drums: M. Rekevics
With a guitar improvisation by Mick Barr at the end of Side A.
Voices in Maritime Flare recorded in Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia
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this band so far can do no wrong. this is an album people will be talking about for years and years to come. it's an instant classic. it has everything you want in a death metal record. this is a must have album and my album of the year in 2019 kittyandpooch
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believe the hype when it comes to this band. these guys are extremely talented at what they do. one of the best death metal bands out today. the riffs throughout this album are incredibly thought out. buy this album you wont regret it kittyandpooch