Atmospheric Black Metal Cat
The Wolves in the Throne Room Influence is there , but tons of bands draw inspiration from that well, and justifiably so. These guys sound very original , and the emotion conveyed through their music on this release is powerful.
Favorite track: Glow Beyond the Ridgeline.
This is Woman is the Earth's second record (the first proper album) written over the course of three years. Much time and effort was put into writing and recording the album to uphold the original conception of the music. In addition to guitars and drums, a variety of instruments were used, including a Roland Juno-60, bass guitar, classical guitar & ocarina. The album reflects a yearning to reconnect with the spirit of the natural world in a time when that connection is quickly dissolving.
“Now that WOLVES IN THE THRONE ROOM have called it a day – well, we have WOMAN IS THE EARTH, so who cares ?“
released April 21, 2014
Written, recorded, and produced by Woman is the Earth during 2011.
Remixed/remastered by A.Peeks during the second half of 2013.
supported by 13 fans who also own “This Place That Contains My Spirit”
La mine, c'est le lieu qui met le plus en exergue les disparités sociales : d'un côté ils sont des milliers à descendre dans les entrailles de la terre, de l'autre une poignée s'élève socialement ; d'un côté ils meurent par centaines sous l'effet des coups de grisou, de l'autre ils consolident leurs richesses. Cette dualité, elle traverse aussi Kentucky : d'un côté le black metal atmosphérique asphyxiant, de l'autre l'americana et le folklore héroïque. Panopticon est dans la lutte permanente ! Jordan Vauvert
supported by 10 fans who also own “This Place That Contains My Spirit”
Researched Icelandic bands before being able to visit the country in 2019 and found primarily Misþyrming!!!! They reignited and intensified an existing ( and somewhat on the back burner at the time ) love of heavy music. Even listened on the flight there! I have gotten into a lot of great bands because of them. hellaganj2000