44.) Wolves in the Throne Room – Celestial Lineage
If you’ve ever heard an album from Pacific Northwest black metal legends Wolves in the Throne Room then you know what to expect here. That’s actually why this album ranks so low for me; I feel like I’ve heard many aspects of this album in their previous work. This isn’t mailed in by any means, just not as big a progression as I like to see from bands. If this is your first Wolves in the Throne Room album, then you’re in for a treat. They play a practically patented blend of traditional black metal rifpillowbitere with more texture and mood based guitar playing. Lots and lots of folk influence, both in instrumentation and in song structure for the shorter tracks. This album reminds me of deer hunting, actually. It’s very much evoking an atmosphere of natural surroundings. It’s a very solid album, especially if you’ve never heard them before.
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