Andy Wiltshire for the job he did on the spoken word part in Astral Beard. Thanks to Harv at The Unit in Bournemouth where we practice and where we recorded all of the vocals and some guitars. The rest was recorded at Basement studios in Wimborne, Dorset.
Thanks also to our families and friends. Dave Phillips - Drums. Stitch Heading - Bass and Vocals. Lee Husher - Guitar, Vocals and Soundscapes. Mixed and Mastered by Tim Galling. All Artwork by Alex CF. Tags metal doom post-hardcore progressive psychedelic Bournemouth.
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Astral Beard. The Axemen. The Nepalese Temple Ball is. Latest updates:. MT Facebook Follow metaltemple. Remember me. Be invisible. Users online gaavinon44 guests Welcome to our newest member, gaavinon Look Who busted my balls?!? Smell Smells softly like marinated sweet onions roasted over wood coals. Taste Sweet and rich Effects This gives you a really well-rounded high for a darker hash; you get a bit "buzzy" at first, chatting quicker and making faster movements but then as that part of the high slows down, you begin to get a real relaxed mind-set and feel like casually gazing at the people walking by All He Has Read 2.
Pillars of the South 3. The Emma 4. Vermin 5. World Of Wonders 6. The Wind 7. Black Sunlight 8. The Sermon 9. It all begins with the near 13 minute Así Es Puerto Rico - Charlie Aponte - Una Nueva Historia 'All He Has Astral Beard - The Nepalese Temple Ball - Arbor.
Tribal drumming and disembodied whispers are all that can be heard, as though some grim ceremony is about to take place with you at the centre of it remember that soul claiming business It continues to build with a gothic tolling bell Astral Beard - The Nepalese Temple Ball - Arbor some unnerving lead work before the hammer gets put down. The song opens up with some epic guitar work which veers from a soaring melody line right down to a doom drenched chug.
The guy can sing and I mean really sing. The vocal harmonies are just stunning and it seems hard to believe you're hearing this in It's a mesmerising start to proceedings that takes a few interesting turns. Continuing with 'Pillars of The South', the band apply all of the tricks displayed earlier but instead condense the result down into a 5 minute rocker as is the case for the remainder of the record.
A catchy, Two Strings - Grand Union - Circular Motion riff is underpinned by a haunting organ, the accompaniment of those soaring vocals, is then met with exquisite lead guitar work. It's not all pace however, with 'The Emma', the band reduce the tempo, make astonishing use of the vocals and organ and connect it all together with a melancholic bluesy guitar and bass, that results in something pretty spectacular.
It's always epic, it's always haunting and it's always authentic. The records closer 'Riders of Vultures', utilises a smirk inducing doom riff and a hypnotic harmony guitar part that just feels classic, as though you've heard it somewhere before but are so glad you're hearing it right now.
All this before the lead guitar appears alongside some vintage backing vocals; once again, you'll be somewhere familiar. It's massive. It's spine tingling. Get ready. This is an unstoppable offering, a collection of songs that makes you relieved you listen to the music that you do. A real contender for anyone's end of year list and as the great Bart Simpson once said "all the best bands are affiliated with Satan".
That's more true now than ever. Words by: Rhys Miles. At first sight, birthday boy and singer Ryan looked a little worse for wear but when he showed me the van they had been travelling Astral Beard - The Nepalese Temple Ball - Arborit all made sense.
He introduced me to a friendly Frenchman, Arnoud, who I learned was borrowed from The Astral Beard - The Nepalese Temple Ball - Arbor Legacy and was a stand-in for this tour.
Then Aaron, the drummer, grabbed a chair and rambled on about Creationists and a museum in Cincinnati where humans are depicted riding on the backs of dinosaurs. I was in good company that was for sure. Eventually we got down to the interview, which you can watch below. If you enjoy stories about touring, food, and making music then be sure to check out this video. Interview by: Victor Van Ommen. Camera: Casper Stokhuyzen.
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