Skepticism - Stormcrowfleet
1.Sign of a Storm
2.Pouring
3.By Silent Wings
4.The Rising of the Flames
5.The Gallant Crow
6.The Everdarkgreen
Length: 57:17

Stormcrowfleet

  • Style: Funeral Doom
    Genre infoTo keep things simple, albums are grouped into a handful of approximate styles.
  • Year: 1995
  • Country: Finland

Tracklist
Length: 57:17

  1. Sign of a Storm
  2. Pouring
  3. By Silent Wings
  4. The Rising of the Flames
  5. The Gallant Crow
  6. The Everdarkgreen

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By DI IONNO (Archived) on
12th Oct, 2020 @ 09:53 UTC
12-10-2020

A great composer once said that the essence of music is in the silence between the notes that are played. Skepticism exemplifies this balance of opposites. Long intervals of silence can be excruciating to a listener, but they are pierced by deliberately long and massive guitar notes and drums that approach the pace of a funeral dirge. Every note is played to its conclusion before the next note begins. A pipe organ is used to great effectiveness in most of the songs. Unlike Bach’s colorful and complex arrangements, this organ wraps each piece in an icy shroud. The drummer in this band cannot be compared to any other – enough said. And the vocals… never before has a voice so successfully become an instrument in and of itself.

Skepticism will surely leave you numb, but the emptiness will slowly fade to tranquility and awe.

“The forest is around me
In silence the pines stand tall
With the wind they whisper their tales
As their wisdom is everdarkgreen.”

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