Crimea

by We Lost The Sea

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Michael Henaghan
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Michael Henaghan Huge, metallic-tinged Post-Rock music for fans of Pelican, Isis, Mogwai and Cult of Luna, though We Lost The Sea also incorporate stately orchestral/near ambient-like passages ('The Vessel') and elements of the hard-hitting noise metal of Will Haven ('Balaklava Cold'), especially with the strained vocals peppered throughout. 'March To Scutari' is an absolute behemoth and an LP showpiece, but the likes of 'Hail! Star..' is also as hypnotic as it is spectacular. Favorite track: March To Scutari.
Nick Bradey
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Nick Bradey Excellent album - I am not usually a
fan of anything with a heavy metal tag ; this is a great set though . I recommend this set without reservation.I will now investigate other recordings from this unit . Favorite track: March To Scutari.
jpd
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jpd R.I.P. Chris Torpy Favorite track: The Vessel.
JLAbad
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JLAbad Few groups manage to shine through a maze of mediocrity with his first album. We Lost The Sea not only shines, gets to be on top. Crimea is already a classic. Favorite track: Hail! Star Of The Sea (The Rise Of A Shining Emperor).
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We Lost The Sea are a 7 piece post-metal band from Sydney Australia.

They released their first record entitled 'Crimea' in mid 2010. It was engineered and mixed by Magnus Lindberg from Cult of Luna.

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released July 24, 2010

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We Lost The Sea are an instrumental band from Sydney Australia.

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