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Canadian ambient/black metal act Finnr's Cane is streaming the new track "Gallery of Sun and Stars." The song appears on the upcoming release "A Portrait Painted by the Sun," the band's second LP, which is scheduled for release via Prophecy Productions on November 1st.
The track listing for the album is:
1. This Old Oak
2. Gallery of Sun and Stars
3. A Promise in Bare Branches
4. Wind in the Wells
5. A Great Storm
6. Time Is a Face in the Sky
7. Tao More...
Canadian outfit Finnr's Cane has been silent in recent years, but now the group is back with a second full-length album. The new album "A Portrait Painted By The Sun" is due out November 5th in North America through Prophecy Productions. Check out the artwork below. More...
Grayceon has issued the following announcement about the song "Shellmounds" being included on a free digital compilation album:
"We are pleased to be a part of Prog Sphere's Progstravaganza Compilation of Awesomeness-Part V! This compilation includes bands from all over the world and is FREE to download from their site.
"Grayceon's track, 'Shellmounds,' is included in the compilation, so get over there and download it today and enjoy some great music for FREE!"
The album can be downloaded directly at this location and the track listing is as follows:
EXIVIOUS – Waves of Thought
MIOSIS – The Lucid
AGNOSIA – Adrift Into Lie
FORNOST ARNOR – The Tragedy of Delusion
AZURE AGONY – Mystic Interiors
RELOCATOR – The Alchemist
DARKWATER – Breathe
ECHOES – Despair
BLOTTED SCIENCE – Laser Lobotomy
HOOKAHTHEFUZZ – (D)Illusion
HEMINA – And Now to Find a Friend
NEUROMIST – Reason Crusade
EXIST – Writhe
ALLEY – Days for Gray
HESUS ATTOR – Senorai
A FOREST OF STARS – Raven’s Eye View
FINNR’S CANE – The Hope for Spring
ERYN NON DAE. – Existence Asleep
CHRONEIROS – Zeuhl
7th NEMESIS – Distorted Mass (of Unformed Matter)
GRAYCEON – Shellmounds
The debut Finnr's Cane album "Wanderlust" is set to be re-released on April 11th, 2011 through Prophecy Productions. The label has now issued the following statement about signing Finnr's Cane:
"With their atmospherically gripping debut album 'Wanderlust,' the Canadian band Finnr's Cane have recently fascinated and enthused lovers of wintery soundscapes somewhere between mighty offshoots of traditionally grim Black Metal and sublime Post Rock. This unusual trio which replaces the bass guitar with a cello is going to take its unconventional musical jaunts supported by Prophecy Productions in the future, as the musicians have signed a contract on five albums.
"In their intuitive, epic tracks, the musicians of Finnr's Cane intertwine bitter-cold riffs with gorgeous melodies, Black Metal frenzy with ambient-like atmospheric rock, only following their infallible instinct for exciting soundscapes far from well-worn paths. All these features will be apparent in April, when a new edition of the rarely available "Wanderlust" with enhanced artwork will be released. After that, the band is going to concentrate on recording their second album. May the wild songs of Finnr's Cane invite all those who are adventuresome on an ecstatic trip through scenarios of snow and ice that are as impressive as they are deadly, a trip that you won't be forgetting soon!"
The artwork for the re-release of "Wanderlust" is also available for viewing at this location.
"Wanderlust," the debut offering by Finnr's Cane, is "without a doubt one of 2010's most underrated Post-Black Metal albums," according to Prophecy Productions. For this reason, the label will re-releasing the album on April 11th (April 8th in Germany and Austria).
This new edition with bonus material will come in a multi-page Digipak with a new artwork. Further information on this release and on ways of pre-ordering soon. You can also check out two songs from the "Wanderlust" album, titled "Snowfall" and "The Hope For Spring," through the band's MySpace profile.