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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

1349 - "Through Eyes Of Stone" [Metal & X-Core]

Through Eyes Of Stone

"Through Eyes Of Stone" music video by 1349
Added: 22-01-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : 1349 - Through Eyes of Stone (Official Music Video)

Taken from the album The Infernal Pathway.
Release Date: October 18th, 2019.
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Directed and Produced by Aapo Lahtela & Vesa Ranta / Kaira Films
Made with support from Fond for Lyd og Bilde

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Album artwork by Jordan Barlow
Engineered, mixed and mastered by Jarrett Pritchard
Produced by Jarrett Pritchard and 1349
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Jarrett Pritchard

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Musically and visually, Oslo's 1349 have roots deeply implanted in the second wave of Norwegian black metal. Their sound, complete with buzzing (rather than roaring) guitars, abundant blastbeats, Satanic lyrics, unclean vocals etc., is appended by ghastly corpse-paint, leather, spikes, fire breathing, and more on-stage. Early recordings, such as Liberation, and Beyond the Apocalypse, were drenched in lo-fi production, but won fans due to a sometimes-overwhelming physicality and aggression. Though hardly prolific -- they've issued less than ten albums in 22 years -- they are one of the few surviving entities from the era who continue releasing material and touring, while remaining -- with only two exceptions -- close to their sonic and aesthetic origins, as evidenced by 2014's Massive Cauldron of Chaos.

After four years of working on concert and festival stages, they returned to the studio and issued the Dødskamp EP in April of 2019, followed by a second EP in August, Through Eyes of Stone. Both recordings were back-to-basics affairs and were greeted by fans with enthusiasm. That October 1349 released their seventh full-length, The Infernal Pathway. Engineered by Jarrett Pritchard, the set contained guest lyrics by Kenneth "Destroyer" Svartalv, (Nocturnal Breed's bassist/lyricist S.A. Destroyer) on all but one song. The album was celebrated by critics and fans alike as a welcome return to traditional form.

Tags : 2020, 20s, 1349

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