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Maudlin Of The Well


Experimental/Post Metal

4.22 | 659 ratings

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The Truth
5 stars To date this is the best fan-funded band I've ever heard! (Probably the only one to tell you the truth.) I find it amazing that although they let people download it for free they still release music as good as this! The first track sounds like a rocked out version of Pink Floyd's avant-garde folk song, Grantchester Meadows. Another Excerpt: Keep a Light Near You, Even When Dying is an excellent track, dominated by violin in the start but is eventually eaten up by some excellent guitar playing by... (Wait... let me look at his name... oh wait they have three guitarists...) Some excellent guitar playing by one of the bands three guitarist. Rose Quartz Turning to Glass is a song that once again starts with beautiful violin playing except this time it pretty much stays violin the whole song until the very end which is very very soothing (even when people start making weird grunting noises). Clover Garland Island is the most rock- oriented song on the album with some loud drums and eerie synths in the start which eventually turn into some nice guitar playing and a catchy song. Laboratories of Invisible Worlds is a good song with almost David Gilmours soft guitar sound in the start and eventually turns into a modern prog rock epic. It may seem crazy that I give an album I got for free a five star rating but I really can't help myself. This is good stuff!
The Truth | 5/5 |


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