Tuesday, September 30, 2014



2014 will see the release of Celestite, an instrumental, experimental companion record to Celestial Lineage. Celestite sees the band take a deeper excursion into the crystalline synthesizer-driven domains that have long intrigued them. With the aid of producer Randall Dunn, the band unearthed a hidden soundscape that is only loosely tethered to their familiar sound, yet is still unmistakably the work of Wolves in the Throne Room.

Celestite will be the inaugural release on the band’s new label, Artemisia Records, which will be their outlet for future releases.


"Experimental" is just a word but Wolves in the Throne Room work with more than that simple description.
This band lives their music and with all feelings of every tone they create their own world on CELETITE. Every song includes an own beeing and has a function on this album. When you listen through the whole album you can hear something magical like a story. If you chose only one song   you can listen to a part of that story and so its hard to understand the whole creation. They are not a standard band and thats the point which makes this duo so unique. I'm very proud that one idea of a song "Initiation at Neudeg Alm"  is inspired of a mountain in salzburg/abtenau. Celestine is definitely not what most of the fans would have expected because it's very different to their albums before but i would say that this work is successful and would fit as a good soundtrack of a movie.
Thumb up for this album and also check out the great events of Speckjaga!

Big thank's to Rarely Unable for the Promotion Package

8 from 10 Stonerheadpoints

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