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Master of Alchemy
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Master of Alchemy I have no idea what the track names and lyrics are about, but the music is good! After an electric acoustic guitar intro Slátra has momentum to it, before tailing out and into 2nd track Myrkva, which makes me think of a very heavy version of Explosions in the Sky. The last track Stjärna Ormr has some proper pummelling guitars happening! Earthmass are writing albums rather than songs, which is great for those of us who enjoy the long play. Favorite track: Slátra.
The Midnight Toker.
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The Midnight Toker. This release is more in the vein of Russian Circles/Red Sparowes at times a dash of Isis in a few instances and a little emphrealical in spots. Stjarna Ormr is quite an epic track if I had to select a favorite. complex, heavy, powerful with flashes of beautiful moments throughout. Favorite track: Stjärna Ormr.
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capitanostupido call it stoner,doom or post-something!i don't care because all songs from earthmass are just massive and beautiful!!!
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Slátra 09:34
Myrkva 09:48
Kalla Eldr 06:17
Blackened heart made immortal. Overlord. Summoning age-old forces. Serpent’s horn.
Onyx-scaled meanderer. She spits emerald fire. A rider on the back of her. Emerald-eyed Star Traveller. Tamer of Ophidia. Whispers incantations.


released March 19, 2014

Written, arranged and performed by Earthmass. Recorded, engineered and mixed by Sam Thredder at The Cro’s Nest. Produced by Sam Thredder and Earthmass. ©2014 Earthmass.

Photography and design by Jack Burley: jackburley.co.uk





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