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9 thoughts on “ Isis - Wavering Radiant

  • Brazragore
    11.11.2019 at 13:59
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    Wavering Radiant's increased emphasis on melody has also increased the presence of his clean vocals and perhaps it's just the production, but they sound more powerful and in-sync with the music than ever before. That said, Isis as a collective sound more together than they ever have.4/5. Reply
  • Kazitaur
    04.11.2019 at 21:37
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    Apr 11,  · "Ghost Key" taken from Isis's upcoming album "Wavering Radiant", produced by Joe Baressi (Tool, Queens Of The Stone Age) The new record will be . Reply
  • Tukasa
    10.11.2019 at 23:47
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    Wavering Radiant is a music studio album recording by ISIS (Experimental/Post Metal/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette.4/5. Reply
  • Brasho
    04.11.2019 at 13:24
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    Isis' Wavering Radiant is a tremendous accomplishment. This album sees the band growing into a much tighter musical force, with greater focus on composition. The songs boast a feel of utter thoroughness, unlike the ones on their previous album, In the Absence of Truth/5(44). Reply
  • Yorg
    03.11.2019 at 12:59
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    "Hall of the Dead" opens Isis' fifth album, Wavering Radiant, with a slow, ominous sound as if signaling the start of a science fiction/horror movie, before the band kicks in forcefully. "Threshold of Transformation" concludes the disc with the same strategy in reverse, as the band's stately hard rock suddenly gives way to a quieter, moody theme after more than nine minutes.8/ Reply
  • Yoshura
    08.11.2019 at 15:24
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    23 rows · Jul 21,  · referencing Wavering Radiant, 2xLP, Ltd, RM, Blu, ROBO On disc 2, /5(). Reply
  • Tor
    04.11.2019 at 23:49
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    May 05,  · Isis' Wavering Radiant is a tremendous accomplishment. This album sees the band growing into a much tighter musical force, with greater focus on composition. The songs boast a feel of utter thoroughness, unlike the ones on their previous album, In the Absence of Truth/5(45). Reply

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