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Post-black metal?

I'm not really into black metal, but I'm a huge fan of post rock. This band blends both styles rather well. While most black metal has a very dark, sinister sound.. the music here is very uplifting and dare I say, beautiful. Even if you're not a fan of black metal, give these guys a listen. Other similar bands to check out are Wolves In The Throne Room and Liturgy.

great ep by a great band on a great label

deathwish dorks? thats ignorant. by the way...dorks? thats dorky.

Awesome release. A little pricey though

So this whole emergence of the post-rock genre has restored my faith in music. It's a mix of things you normally wouldn't hear together and it's done very nicely. Deafheaven combines guttural vocals that you'd hear in a black metal project and ambient guitars carefully layered on top. It's done well. 8 bucks is a bit steep for a 4-track EP, considering that you're basically paying 5 bucks for that first "album only" track, but I can look past that, seeing as how this is definitely a solid release. Hope to hear more from them soon.

Biography

Formed: 2010 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '10s

Originally formed as a duo in 2010, Deafheaven are an experimental black metal band from San Francisco, California. Initially made up of George Clarke (vocals) and Kerry McCoy (guitars), the band has a sound that blends black metal with elements of shoegaze, adding a layer of warmth to the genre's typically icy sound while expanding the emotional range outside of the typical themes of death, despair, and hopelessness. As a duo, Clarke and McCoy wrote and recorded a demo on their own that would get...
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