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Agalloch - Tomorrow Will Never Come  CD (album) cover




Experimental/Post Metal

2.28 | 21 ratings

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2 stars Agalloch at their most experimental?

Largely an acoustic EP, this also has some of the oddest material the band has released, most noticeably the title track which starts out as an innocent acoustic piece and ends up being a deranged account by one man.

The Death of Man will be the piece most fans are familiar with, taking the introduction to The Mantle and adding backing keys to it. Tomorrow Will Never Come takes a turn around 2 minutes in and becomes extremely eerie as keys lend their effect and we hear a story of a young man who apparently has killed someone.

This also is one of the shortest releases you will come across, being only seven and a half minutes long. Fans of the band are really only recommended here, and even so, I'd still stick with the full length albums over this.

OpethGuitarist | 2/5 |


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