Celador-Pcfl nd Wrthfl ns

Ambient Metal for beach goers. Despite the distorted guitar tones, this album is reflective and peaceful. The ridiculously fuzzy guitar and sparse drumming rarely veer into standard metal themes of depression, loneliness and anger. The tom (or is it a snare with the snare turned off?) sounds on this album are fantastic. The guitar is always muddled and lo-fi, but in a way that is utterly fantastic and mesmerizing. Though it sounds like there is a fair amount of multi-tracking going on, Celador is never sounds too busy or overwhelming, not relying on LOUD quiet LOUD dynamics or the pinnacle building song structures of Explosions in The Sky Celador have created a sound that is uniquely them. Subtlety defined.


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