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Agalloch - The Serpent & The Sphere Album

Agalloch - The Serpent & The Sphere Album Performer: Agalloch
Title: The Serpent & The Sphere
Style: Folk Metal, Black Metal, Prog Rock
Category: Rock
Date of release: 25 Jun 2014
Country: US
Label: Licht von Dämmerung Arthouse
Catalog number: KH009
Size MP3: 1915 mb
Size FLAC: 2119 mb
Rating: 4.5


1Celestial Effigy6:59
2Vales Beyond Dimension6:48
3(Serpens Caput)
Guitar – Nathanaël Larochette
4Plateau Of The Ages12:26
5Cor Serpentis (The Sphere)
Guitar – Nathanaël Larochette
6(Serpens Cauda)
Guitar – Nathanaël Larochette
7Dark Matter Gods8:35
8Birth And Death Of The Pillars Of Creation10:28
9The Astral Dialogue5:11


First released for sale at the The Southgate House Revival show in Newport, KY show on June 22, 2014. Die cut gatefold sleeve with translucent burgundy. Side D is blank and features laser etched artwork. Includes download code. Track durations taken from Bandcamp page. Limited to 1000 copies.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 5-90475 AL-KH009 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 5-90476 RE-1 AL-KH009 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): 5-90477 AL-KH009 C


Full stream of Agalloch's 5th album The Serpent & The Sphere. The Serpent & The Sphere. The Orchard Music от лица компании Profound Lore BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. и другие авторские общества 1. The Serpent & the Sphere is the fifth and final studio album by American heavy metal band Agalloch. It was released on May 13, 2014 in the U. followed by releases on May 16 in Germany and May 19 in Europe. Michael Toland of The Austin Chronicle described the album as one boot in balmy progressive folk and the other in frigid black metal with some of its prettiest, most haunted acoustic textures and heaviest, raspiest roars. Kim Kelly of Spin stated. The Serpent & The Sphere by AGALLOCH, released 13 May 2014 1. Birth and Death of the Pillars of Creation 2. serpens caput 3. The Astral Dialogue 4. Dark Matter Gods 5. Celestial Effigy 6. Cor Serpentis the sphere 7. Vales Beyond Dimension 8. Plateau of the Ages 9. serpens cauda Acclaimed Pacific Northwest metal band AGALLOCH have completed work on their new album The Serpent & The Sphere, the follow-up to 2010s Marrow Of The Spirit. The Serpent & The Sphere sees AGALLOCH take their progressive. It is an album that reveals the bands darkest, most meticulously crafted, and. Listen free to Agalloch The Serpent & The Sphere Birth and Death of the Pillars of Creation, Serpens Caput and more. 9 tracks 59:43. Fifth and final studio album by American metal band Agalloch. Released on May 13, 2014 in the USA, followed by releases on May 16, 2014 in Germany and May 19, 2014 in the rest of Europe, The Serpent & the Sphere sees Agalloch take their progressive musical oeuvre to higher ground all while maintaining their classical sound revealing their darkest, most meticulously crafted and atmospherical surging work of their seventeen-year long career. Album 2014 9 Songs. The Serpent & the Sphere Agalloch. discography all. The Weight of Darkness 2013. Alpha Serpentis Unukalhai 2014. The Serpent & the Sphere. The Serpent & the Sphere Q&A. More Agalloch albums. Faustian Echoes. Marrow of the Spirit. Show all albums by Agalloch. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space. The fifth long-player from the brooding and cavernous Pacific Northwest-based metal outfit, The Serpent & the Sphere, the first set of new material from the group since 2010's critically acclaimed The Marrow of the Spirit, opens with the epic Birth and Death of the Pillars of Creation, a ten-minute slab of churning, slow-burn black folk-metal that rolls in. like the thickest fog ever and decimates everything that it comes in contact with, a metaphor that applies to the remaining eight songs as well. The album was produced and engineered by hard rock legend Billy Anderson a. The rest of The Serpent and The Sphere follows a similar path as the first three songs, always seeming to take its time, and the result is an absolute beast of an album. I may still be having a difficult time trying to digest and understand the last two tracks, but theyre in no way bad. Its too early to say where The Serpent and The Sphere stands in Agallochs impressive discography, but its certainly another excellent effort from the Portland, OR metal veterans. It might seem trivial to label the album as a grower but it really seems to be the case in the bands latest affair