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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DEN149 Blueneck Epilogue ‎(CD) Denovali Records DEN149 Germany 2012
none Blueneck Epilogue ‎(8xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Denovali Records none Germany 2012
DEN149 Blueneck Epilogue ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) Denovali Records DEN149 Germany 2012
DEN149 Blueneck Epilogue ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Whi) Denovali Records DEN149 Germany 2012

Blueneck - Epilogue album mp3
Performer: Blueneck
Genre: Rock
Title: Epilogue
Country: Germany
Released: 2012
Style: Post Rock
MP3 version ZIP size: 1596 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1867 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 815

Blueneck can do me no wrong. A single note among the picked up radio noises can do me no wrong. A chord, a strum, a snare, an opening before me, like a spreading valley seen for miles from a tallest mountain, can do me no wrong. Upon the land surrounded by water, green in pasture, blue in sky, my eyes no longer can confront; upon all sound splayed out before me, my ears no longer can pick up. And so I jump… Soaring through the endless waves of sound I land upon the group’s fourth album, titled Epilogue. And as I glide above its notes, my only hope that with a title like that it’s not their last. Indeed, the band’s lead, Duncan Atwood, talks about a ‘deliberately different approach’ on this incredibly melancholy and totally instrumental release. The album is intended to be a book-end to the three previously released vocal albums, and marks a transitional period in the band’s evolution, as well as a nod to cinematic works, creating a soundtrack to “an (as yet) imaginary film.” The sound of the album is distinctly Blueneck, and if you’ve heard Scars of the Midwest (2006), The Fallen Host (2009) and Repetitions (2011), you would expect at any point to hear Atwood’s falsetto voice. But the vocals never come. Instead the music brings on mild desperation, slow heartache, and finally content, with which the band has painted its canvas. The best part upon reading the press release is that my fears are relieved, as Blueneck is already working on the next full length album due to be released in 2013 on Denovali. Don’t miss this one – it is already on our Best of 2012 list : Music For Walking And Not Crying In The Autumn Rain