Falls of Rauros
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Portland, Maine's atmospheric and folk black metal band Falls of Rauros has released a new album entitled "Believe In No Coming Shore." The new album is available through the band's bandcamp page and can be streamed below.
"Believe In No Coming Shore" is the follow up to a split with Panopticon, released earlier this year, and the band's fabulous full-length album "The Light that Dwells In Rotten Wood."
Invisible Oranges has debuted "Waxen Voices" off the new Falls Of Rauros record, "Believe In No Coming Shore," which is due out October 1st.
Check out "Waxen Voices" below, and you can also pre-order "Believe In No Coming Shore" at this location.
U.S. black metal act Falls of Rauros is currently streaming the band's entire new album "The Light That Dwells In Rotten Wood" online. Head over to Brooklyn Vegan's website here to check out the tracks from the album.
The track listing and artwork for "The Light That Dwells In Rotten Wood" can be viewed below.
1. Earth's Old Timid Grace
3. Awaiting the Fire or Flood That Awakes It
4. Nonesuch River Chant
6. The Cormorants Shiver on Their Rocks More...
U.S. based folk/black metal act Falls of Rauros recently revealed in an interview with Lunar Hypnosis that the band has begun work on a new album, which will also include a performance by Austin Lunn of Panopticon. An excerpt from the interview follows:
We've recently begun recording a new full-length. Hopefully this won't take too long to complete, but issues always seem to come up. Austin Lunn (Panopticon, Seidr) is performing drums on this record as a session musician and he's done a great job. He really saved us from our lack-of-drummer inactivity the past couple years. Other than that, we have a track recorded for a split with Hallowed Butchery, a prog/psych/doom project also from Maine. It will just be one song by each band on this, so most likely a 7" record. Once he completes his half we'll begin searching for a label to release it. Ray decided to practice drums since finding a drummer in Maine is not at all easy. He played drums on the split track and will continue to on future recordings as well as live shows.
You can check out the complete interview at this location.