- Performer Twilight Fauna
- Title EP
- Date of release 2013
- Style Black Metal, Doom Metal
- Other formats AHX MPC XM MOD ADX MP4 AA
- Genre Rock
- Size MP3 1968 mb
- Size FLAC 1933 mb
- Rating: 4.6
- Votes: 898
This album is no exception. Twilight Fauna isn’t easy-listening, head-banging metal. It’s thought provoking and challenging and if you let it, the music can transport you to some place very ancient and mysterious. released March 24, 2017. Written, recorded, and mixed by Paul Ravenwood Drums by Josh Thieler Guitar and upright bass on track 4 by John Mooneyham Mastered by Nick Stanger at Ephemeral Audio Tree Center Label by Nate Burns Vinyl Layout by Josh Thieler and Brett Marcus Cook. Twilight Fauna is an atmospheric metal band devoted to telling the stories of Appalachia. These are deeply personal songs about myself and my home.
Twilight Fauna Albums: The Silence of a Blackening Abyss, The Grotesque Travesty of Creation, Grief, Hymns of a Forgotten Homeland, Shadows of Ancestors. Members: Ravenwood, Josh Thieler. Genres: Atmospheric Black Metal.
Profilo: Atmospheric metal project devoted to telling the stories of Appalachia.
Twilight is an album by Bôa, released on 21 March 2001. During the recording of this album the band consisted of: Alex Caird, Ben Henderson, Jasmine Rodgers, Steve Rodgers, Lee Sullivan and Paul Turrell. The first track, "Duvet", became popular after being used as the opening theme song of anime series Serial Experiments Lain. The song also inspired the name for Bolivian rock band "Duvet". It is distributed worldwide by CD Baby. Alex Caird - bass guitars.
Twilight Fauna is a one man atmospheric metal band from Appalachia. Constantly pushing the boundaries between genres, t Ravenwood uses a variety of traditional folk instruments alongside conventional black metal guitar work and primitive drumming to create a unique blend of blackened folk metal. Since forming in 2011, Twilight Fauna has released multiple full lengths, EPs, and splits including the much acclaimed Hymns of a Forgotten Homeland.
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