Monday, January 31, 2011

Black Lotus - Harvest of Seasons (2008)


Harvest of Seasons is really one of those albums I struggle to find any flaws in, but it is very easy to point out the magnificence. There is an undeniable sense of Borknagar worship woven throughout the album. The use of clean and harsh vocals, the subtle folk elements and overall sound are reminiscent to the varying sound of Borknagar.

But fuck you if you think these guys are just copy-cats who can bring nothing new to the table, because you are simply wrong. Listen and revel in the sound of Canada's hidden gem. Draped in a dreary atmosphere and coated with the natural triumph of nature. What?


(I just want to go on record here, saying Borknagar's "Universal" is easily the best song that band has ever made.)

Harvest of Seasons

4 comments:

  1. Been following for a few months now and nothing short of rad comes out of this blog. Keep up the good work!
    -D

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  2. I tilt my hat to you. I only started it a few months ago actually, where did you hear about it?

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  3. Googled one of the albums on here under blog spot and started going through other posts. Random coincidence. The weeks are seeming like months these days...
    -D

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  4. Ha fair enough, stick around, drop a comment more often, I am not immune to flattery.

    Enjoy the music dude.

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