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A SILVER MT. ZION

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Originally formed by GODSPEED YOU BLACK EMPEROR guitarist Efrim Menuck, bassist Thierry Amar and violinist Sophie Trudeau, A SILVER MT. ZION was formed as a vehicle for Efrim to explore his own musical ideas. The group has since expanded to a seven-piece, and play a slow, brooding style very simmilar in feel to the band from which they were spawned. At the same time however, their sound contains more of an experimental edge and less of the ear-splitting climaxing that has defined GYBE. They also feature vocals from Efrim, a characteristic not usually seen in bands of this style.

Their name varies slightly on each album, releasing their sophmore effort "Born Into Trouble As The Sparks Fly Upward" under the name THE SILVER MT. ZION MEMORIAL ORCHESTRA AND TRA-LA-LA BAND, adding "WITH CHOIR" to that name for their third album "This Is Our Punk Rock", releasing "The "Pretty Little Lightning Paw" E.P." under the name THEE SILVER MOUNTAIN REVERIES, and reverting to THEE SILVER MT. ZION MEMORIAL ORCHESTRA & TRA-LA-LA BAND for 2005's "Horses in the Sky".

Their best album is generally considered to be their debut, 2000's "He Has Left Us Alone But Shafts of Light Sometimes Grace the Corner of Our Rooms".

See also:
- Fly Pan Am
- Godspeed You Black Emperor!
- Set Fire To Flames
- Valley Of The Giants




Why this band must be listed in www.progarchives.com :
They present simmilar ideas as Godspeed You Black Emperor in a different (and sometimes more conventionally progressive) form, and are generally regarded as one of the major post-rock bands.



Discography:
He Has Left Us Alone But Shafts of Light Sometimes Grace the Corner of Our Rooms, studio album (2000)
Born Into Trouble As The Sparks Fly Upward, studio album (2001)
"This is Our Punk-Rock," Thee Rusted Satellites Gather + Sing (2003)
The "Pretty Little Lightning Paw" E.P. (2004)
Horses In the Sky (2005)

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  • A Silver Mt. Zion at De Kreun, Kortrijk on 20 Sep 2014
  • A Silver Mt. Zion + The Besnard Lakes at La Gaîté Lyrique, Paris on 22 Sep 2014
  • A Silver Mt. Zion at l'Atabal, Biarritz on 24 Sep 2014
  • A Silver Mt. Zion at Le Tetris, Le Havre on 24 Sep 2014
  • A Silver Mt. Zion + Cheveu + Guests at Le Rocher de Palmer, Cenon on 25 Sep 2014
  • A Silver Mt. Zion + ISASA at Joy Eslava, Madrid on 28 Sep 2014
  • Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra on 1 Oct 2014
  • A Silver Mt. Zion at La Paloma, Nîmes on 2 Oct 2014
  • Denovali Swingfest Essen 2014 on 2 Oct 2014
  • A Silver Mt. Zion at Konzerthaus Schüür, Lucerne on 3 Oct 2014
  • A Silver Mt. Zion at l'Amalgame, Yverdon-les-Bains on 4 Oct 2014

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3.88 | 81 ratings
He Has Left Us Alone But Shafts Of Light Sometimes Grace The Corner Of Our Rooms
2000
3.63 | 56 ratings
Born Into Trouble As The Sparks Fly Upwards
2001
2.93 | 30 ratings
This Is Our Punk-Rock, Thee Rusted Satellites Gather + Sing
2003
3.72 | 70 ratings
Horses In The Sky
2005
3.64 | 58 ratings
13 Blues for Thirteen Moons
2008
3.58 | 26 ratings
Kollaps Tradixionales
2010
3.29 | 28 ratings
Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light on Everything
2014

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3.25 | 16 ratings
The Pretty Little Lightning Paw E.P.
2004

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 Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light on Everything by SILVER MT. ZION, A album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.29 | 28 ratings

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Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light on Everything
A Silver Mt. Zion Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Warthur
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4 stars For this latest release, A Silver Mt. Zion revitalise their sound by adding some brash, energetic, punkish noise rock into their post-rock formula. With Efrim's wailing buzzsaw guitar and his fragile, plaintive vocals front and centre, it's a logical development of the group's sound (indeed, a subfaction of the gang already took the noise punk route to an extent on the Pretty Little Lightning Paw EP), and on balance whilst the album doesn't take their music to a whole new level or reach the heights of their debut or Horses In the Sky, it's a more than credible addition to the group's discography.

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3.29 | 28 ratings

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A Silver Mt. Zion Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Gallifrey

4 stars Dark Shrieks From the Insane Asylum

I'll admit, I've never really paid too much attention to A Silver Mt Zion in the past. I've always been distracted by their overtly pretentious band names and album titles, as if they were fulfilling the horrible post-rock cliché so perfectly, by walking in the wake of Godspeed as closely as possible. I remember hearing "This Is Our Punk-Rock," Thee Rusted Satellites Gather + Sing, a while ago, and honestly not thinking much of it as a record. Although, to be honest, the problem with a lot of post-rock records is how they flow through one ear and out the other in a wave of "this is nice", and you can't really remember much about them. Although I distinctly remember, in relation to This Is Our Punk Rock, that I much preferred Mogwai's corresponding 2003 record, Happy Songs for Happy People, although the exact reasons why have completely escaped me.

So now we're in 2014 and both these bands have dropped new records within the first month. Only this time, I can say quite happily that A Silver Mt Zion have knocked Mogwai out of the park this time around, and it's not just by playing safe. Both these bands have changed their sound a bit since 2003, with Mogwai bringing in some pretty useless electronic bleeps and bloops, and ASMZ moving further away from post-rock, bringing vocals to be the most central element of their music. I don't remember much of This Is Our Punk Rock, but I most certainly remember the vocals weren't this prominent. In fact, it's hard to call Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light On Everything a post-rock record anymore. Or even an art rock record, as RYM has decided to add to their genres. The abundance of strings and 'rock instruments for non-rock purposes' technically gets them a post-rock vote by the dictionary definition, but this certainly lacks the crescendocore focus of most of the genre.

Firstly, we should note the title of this record. I mean, it's called Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light On Everything. That is bad ass. I normally think of post-rock titles to be equally pretentious and awesome, and this one definitely swings to the awesome side, at least a lot more than their previous titles. When trying to describe post-rock to the uneducated, I feel "We Pour Light On Everything" is just a perfect description, and all post-rock bands should adopt that, or something similar, as their catchphrase or slogan, because damn, I can most certainly hear the light all over this. On this particular record, A Silver Mt Zion are back to being Thee Silver Mt Zion Memorial Orchestra, leaving behind the Choir and Tra-La-La Band of previous incarnations, but as we should know, this makes little difference and the ever-changing name is most certainly just there for the air of pretention and 2deep4everyone-ness.

But I do unfortunately get to the point where I'm out of my depth in music writing. As much as I can respect A Silver Mt Zion on this album, I find a lot of it hard to enjoy and write about. But I'll start with a few things that are great. Firstly, the production must be praised. This is possibly the noisiest and most abrasive post-rock record I have heard in a long time, regularly bordering on shoegaze and drone in its noise, flying all around you and at you from all directions. Maybe it's just my taste at the moment, but I'm definitely starting to appreciate drone and minimalism in my rock music, even though I find drone and minimalism hard to enjoy on their own. The way the guitars are filtered and sucked through several layers of processing to end up in this tinny and distorted fuzz is just epic, and it really creates a tense and dark atmosphere.

Secondly, and I think the noisy production definitely enhances this, are the use of strings in this. Last year I was so incredibly impressed by the strings on Gris' 3rd album À l'âme enflammée, l'âme constellée..., which had the most fantastically arranged string parts during its interlude tracks, making the atmosphere of the dark and harsh music so brilliantly tense. And although Fuck Off Get Free is as far from depressive black metal as it could be, the same sort of effect is done here with the strings, playing the same sort of lines. Instead of the tremolo-picked guitars and shrieked vocals, the harsh and noisy guitars create the same dark atmosphere, and during sections like the fantastic midsection of "Austerity Blues", I can hear the same tension and brilliant layering of strings and noise and emotion that I felt on that Gris record.

But to be honest, if there's one thing I'm not feeling on this record, it's definitely the vocals. I've always been a supporter of vocals in post-rock, I feel the genre regularly dissolves into genericism and tired repetitiveness without them, and those bands that utilise them will always come off as more memorable in my ears. But the atonal and often off-key voice of Efrim Manuel Menuck regularly kills the mood in my opinion, particularly during the opening track and ones like "Take Away These Early Grave Blues". I understand why these sort of vocals are utilised, they match the harsh and abrasive nature of the guitars, but it honestly just feels like an insane person chanting on top of the music with no real aim to fit in with it. Yes, the music sounds a bit like an insane person too, but I still can't appreciate the way he simply shouts the same note over and over for minutes on end.

Many people have been complaining about the ending of this record, that it comes way too suddenly, and doesn't feel like a fitting ending. Of course, some pretentious people have gone as far as to say that the ending is a metaphor for a sudden death, that death can just happen without any warning. I'm not going to buy into that pretentious garbage, but I'm honestly just enjoying how much the final track, specifically the vocals, remind me of Manes and their Vilosophe album, a band who I have been missing for a long time and have suddenly returned just a week ago.

Honestly, this is the first record from any of the big post-rock bands that I've enjoyed, and the fact that this is only the second ASMZ record I have got into means I'll definitely be checking out their past, but I can't help but feel the reasons I enjoy this is because it isn't really a post-rock record at all. It's a noisy and abrasive chamber rock affair, with some completely delicious strings and some completely irritating vocals, so I guess it evens out in the end.

6.7/10

Originally written for my Facebook page/blog: www.facebook.com/neoprogisbestprog

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 He Has Left Us Alone But Shafts Of Light Sometimes Grace The Corner Of Our Rooms by SILVER MT. ZION, A album cover Studio Album, 2000
3.88 | 81 ratings

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A Silver Mt. Zion Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Memo_anathemo

5 stars Definitely, one of my top favorite post rock albums. A Silver Mt. Zion, formed by members of Godspeed You Black Emperor, started with the right foot with 'He Has Left Us Alone..." which to me sounds like rendering music to movies, but those kind of underground movies with a dramatic and melancholic feeling. All the songs have that gloomy environment, and have either depressive moments as well as melancholic and sad ones. My favorite tracks are definitely the first one: 'Broken Chord Can Sing A Little' which sounds like taken from a scary or drama underground movie; and of course '13 Angels Stand Guard Round The Side of Your Bed' which sounds like taken from a japanese movie. All the album has the same mood, but it is very different that makes you listen to it completely and over and over, if you are a post rock follower. For the feelings and moments it arouse in me in combination with weird but excellent compositions, I give it a five!

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 Kollaps Tradixionales by SILVER MT. ZION, A album cover Studio Album, 2010
3.58 | 26 ratings

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A Silver Mt. Zion Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Warthur
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4 stars A Silver Mt. Zion trim back their lineup a little but play a somewhat less minimalistic style than the previous 13 Blues for Thirteen Moons on their latest album, Kollaps Tradixionales. The band's always plotted a swaying, uneven course between focusing on soundscapes and crafting songs, and this time around the pendulum swings a little closer to the song end of the scale, though these are sprawling, ramshackle songs which always seem on the verge of disintegrating into loose jams but never quite do it. Those who have followed the band's career will find few surprises here, just good old-fashioned nightmare post-apocalyptic post-rock like only the Godspeed You Black Emperor stable can brew.

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 13 Blues for Thirteen Moons by SILVER MT. ZION, A album cover Studio Album, 2008
3.64 | 58 ratings

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13 Blues for Thirteen Moons
A Silver Mt. Zion Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Warthur
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4 stars Whereas the preceding Horses In the Sky had found A Silver Mt. Zion indulging their catchier, more song-oriented side, 13 Blues For Thirteen Moons sees them tackle another dimension of their sound - their knack for ramshackle, threadbare, falling apart at the seams soundscapes. In fact, not since their first two albums have they got this avant-garde; possibly they were emboldened by positive reactions on the live tour they undertook to develop this material. (I saw them on this tour and they were on excellent form - and are much more cheerful in person than you'd expect). It's not quite their Lift Your Skinny Fists, but with the four major compositions all exceeding 13 minutes they're getting there.

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 Horses In The Sky by SILVER MT. ZION, A album cover Studio Album, 2005
3.72 | 70 ratings

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Horses In The Sky
A Silver Mt. Zion Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Warthur
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5 stars Horses In the Sky finds A Silver Mt. Zion succeeding at the experiment they'd been working towards over their last few albums, which was to create a song-oriented version of the fragile, ramshackle post-rock sound cooked up by the Godspeed You Black Emperor/Silver Mt. Zion collective. In particular, they prove to have a knack for writing incredibly catchy songs about completely depressing things - I can't help but sing along to the "I love my dog and she loves me" section of God Bless Our Dead Marines, for instance. On the whole, it's a very successful breakout into uncharted territory for the band.

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 The Pretty Little Lightning Paw  E.P. by SILVER MT. ZION, A album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2004
3.25 | 16 ratings

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A Silver Mt. Zion Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Warthur
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4 stars Thee Silver Mountain Reveries are what happens when the regular members of A Silver Mt Zion swap their instruments around and play a rawer, rockier, almost punkier (as with the intro to More Action! Less Tears!) style of post-rock from what fans of the band are used to. It's a neat little experiment, and whilst I think it would begin to wear if stretched over the length of a full album as a half hour EP it's an interesting alternate twist on A Silver Mt. Zion's sound. It seems that when Godspeed You Black Emperor went into its long slumber the Mt. Zion side project picked up most of the creative slack, and Pretty Little Lightning Paw sees them continuing their run of excellent albums.

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 This Is Our Punk-Rock, Thee Rusted Satellites Gather + Sing by SILVER MT. ZION, A album cover Studio Album, 2003
2.93 | 30 ratings

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A Silver Mt. Zion Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Warthur
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4 stars Adding an amateur choir to the lineup and mutating their band name yet again, A Silver Mt. Zion embrace the vocal performances and found sounds which parent band Godspeed You Black Emperor abandoned on Yanqui UXO. Efraim does a brilliant job of weaving all these disparate elements into a cohesive whole - for instance, on the closing track Goodbye Desolate Railyard, on which the band's playing reaches a crescendo which seamlessly becomes a mechanical shriek heralding a series of railroad noises before these once again mutate into the band and choir singing farewell to the listener. Sure, maybe the post-rock thing was getting old when this one came out, but few bands do it better.

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3.63 | 56 ratings

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A Silver Mt. Zion Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Warthur
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4 stars When A Silver Mt. Zion's debut album proved more successful than expected, Efraim was emboldened to make this Godspeed You Black Emperor side project more than a mere one-off. The followup album was actually released about a month or so after 9/11, which makes its doomy Biblical title rather more timely than anticipated, but even outside of that context this is a haunting and troubling meditation on the struggles of imperfect people in an imperfect world. It isn't quite as compelling and the debut, and the band seem to struggle with finding ways to usefully integrate vocals into their music, but on the whole it gives plenty of reason to believe that the Silver Mt. Zion project has a long way to go yet.

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3.88 | 81 ratings

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A Silver Mt. Zion Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Warthur
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5 stars This Godspeed You Black Emperor side-project was meant to be a one-off - Efraim wanted to make a piece of music in memory of his beloved dog Wanda, who had died whilst he was away on tour with Godspeed, it developed into this album. As it was, the Silver Mt. Zion project would turn out in the coming years to greatly outstrip its parent band in terms of productivity.

Perhaps it's no surprise - the debut Silver Mt. Zion album is a post-rock classic which ranks above all but the very best Godspeed releases. Taking the same fragile found audio aesthetic at Godspeed and adding another layer of emotional rawness and tenderness - plus some very effective and haunting vocal performances - the band produce an album which sounds like it was recovered from the wreckage of a dead and burned-out planet. A haunting, stripped-down emotional trip, and a post-rock classic.

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