Friday, September 21, 2012

WINTERFYLLETH: Stereogum Streams The Threnody of Triumph In Its Entirety

Today and thoughout the weekend Stereogum will stream WINTERFYLLETH’s The Threnody of Triumph in its entirety! Recorded in Wales with producer Chris Fielding (Primordial, Electric Wizard), The Threnody of Triumph is the band’s third full-length and will hit North American shores via Candlelight Record on Tuesday, September 25.

Stereogum already applauded the record for its, “sweeping, melodic grandeur and instrumental intricacies,” adding that, “there’s absolutely no reason why fans of Agalloch or Wolves In The Throne Room wouldn’t find much to love in WINTERFYLLETH’s expansive, explosive, folk-based black metal,” while Pitchfork boasts, “It's the rare record that's worth an unbroken hour of your time: WINTERFYLLETH have outdone themselves once again, writing a collection as epic as the sweep of history and memories of grand old Albion that inspire their songs.”

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WINTERFYLLETH combine vicious yet moody, folk-inspired black metal that harkens back to the early days of Enslaved and old-school Ulver. The band’s lyrics delve into tales of England’s archaic history, recounting major events, battles. They draw inspiration from sites and scenery gracing the countryside that has played an integral part in the country’s history. Formed in 2007, WINTERFYLLETH features Vocalist/guitarist C. Naughton with drummer S. Lucas, guitarist M. Wood, and bassist N. Wallwork.

 “The Threnody of Triumph …builds a monument of utter brilliance upon an already superlative foundation. Riffs pummel from all angles. The majestic scale of the thing is so inspiring that a palpable feeling of grandeur becomes the dominant subtext, each section swelling into an impossibly emotive crescendo.” --  Lurkers Path

 “WINTERFYLLETH have not only created their best work to date but are also sitting on one of the best releases of the year. Releases like this are incredibly rare, for this is art in its purest form. A threnody of triumph indeed, perhaps more than the band ever realized,” –  Blistering

 “WINTERFYLLETH cement their standing as one of England’s most dynamic and interesting black metal acts.” – This Is Not A Scene

“…sure footed, confident, elegantly composed and epic.” – Ave Noctum

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