Carrion Spring - A Short History Of Decay FLAC album
Title: A Short History Of Decay
Style: Emo, Hardcore
FLAC version ZIP size: 1467 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1266 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1180 mb
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from A Short History of Decay, released May 1, 2012. Split w/ Sed Non Satiata. supported by 10 fans who also own A Short History of Decay. probably the greatest 17 minutes ever recorded. it's simultaneously gritty, heavy and beautiful all at once. solitude by lord snow. supported by 9 fans who also own A Short History of Decay. dissonant churning jazzy chaotic emo violence meowmeow76.
A Short History of Decay by Carrion Spring, released 02 January 2016 1. Selah I 2. Neck Romancer 3. Year of the Carrion 4. Selah II 5. Hemorrhage 6. Selah III 7. Swan Dive 8. Selah IV 9. Red Tide 10. Short History of Decay 11. Selah V 12. Trolls Toll 13. Of Course I'm Fucking Broken 14. Selah VI 15. 12 Years Past (Red Scare cover) We helped re-press this amazing album by the Portland screamo quartet.
Carrion prove this with "A Short History of Decay", delivering a very impactful collection of chaotic, axe-slinging, emotional hardcore. I have now discovered another album that is actually worth my time. I feel that bands such as Saetia and You and I have spoiled me - setting a standard far too high for many newer bands in the er" scene to reach. Well, this Carrion Spring album has done the trick. The album is sectioned out between six instrumental tracks, all of which are entitled "Selah", and numbered. This is somewhat unique
Short History Of Decay (5:10). Overview (current section). A Short History Of Decay.
A Short History of Decay is an album that resulted from a chance meeting with Cowboy Junkies guitarist Michael Timmins. Recorded over a five day period with an emphasis on off-the-cuff creativity, the album is a strong statement by an iconoclastic artist, backed by a tight group of excellent musicians. This is a sonically adventurous release, frantic and understated at the same time, with cavernous piano, telephone vocals, sudden volleys of fuzzed-out guitar, and the backup vocals of Cait O’Riordan ( the Pogues, Elvis Costello).
A Brief History Of Decay is built on rougher foundations, largely unadorned, not much more than Murry’s voice, guitars and occasional keyboards, bass, drums, here and there a violin and former Pogue Cait O’Riordan’s sweet harmonies. The Graceless Age was four years in the making. In many ways, A Short History Of Decay comes from an even darker place than The Graceless Age and its confessional exorcisms. As far back as World Without End, the album of newly minted murder ballads he recorded with Bob Frank in 2006, Murry’s been expert in the specifics of misery – so there’s nothing funny about his glowering cover of Afghan Whigs’ What Jail Is Like that replaces the Whigs’ typical histrionics with a creepy low-key menace.
|3||Year Of The Carrion||3:03|
|10||Short History Of Decay||5:10|
|13||Of Course I'm Fucking Broken||4:30|
|15||Twelve Years Past||3:45|
NotesTrack 15 originally by The Red Scare.
|BEAR31, none, FEB-017||Carrion Spring||A Short History Of Decay (LP, Album, Ora)||Bear Records , Fist In The Air, Forever Escaping Boredom||BEAR31, none, FEB-017||2012|
|BEAR31, none, FEB-017||Carrion Spring||A Short History Of Decay (LP, Album, Ltd, Ora)||Bear Records , Fist In The Air, Forever Escaping Boredom||BEAR31, none, FEB-017||2012|
|none||Carrion Spring||A Short History Of Decay (LP, Album, RP)||Sieve Sand Records, Black With SAP, Friends For Life, Pint-Sized Records||none||US||2016|
|BEAR31, none, FEB-017||Carrion Spring||A Short History Of Decay (LP, TP)||Bear Records , Fist In The Air, Forever Escaping Boredom||BEAR31, none, FEB-017||2012|
|???||Carrion Spring||A Short History Of Decay (Cass, Blu)||Middle-Man Records||???||2012|