- Genre: Neo Folk
Black Vinyl limited to 200 copies.
Presented as a single-sided 12" with an etching on the b-side. Packed in a reverse-board printed outer sleeve with printed inner sleeve on offset paper.
Agalloch's 'Ashes Against The Grain' is an impressive follow-up to 2002's 'The Mantle,' their groundbreaking sophomore album that fused the emotional struggles of dark metal, folk music and melodic harmonies.
The album as well served as an influentialbase for a lot of younger bands who have since surfaced, yet few have been able to capture the dark beauty that coats the emotional wounds sculpting Agalloch's work.
On 'Ashes Against The Grain' the band continues their sonic journey, always progressing but never losing touch with their dark metal roots, as the band's third album unites elements of black metal, Scandinavian prog and post-rock with the band's signature brooding style.
Double Clear Vinyl, limited to 500 copies.
In order to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the band, TENHI treat their fans to an all-inclusive, three-LP compilation.
This is not to be seen as a regular album, but rather as a collection of rare tracks for die-hard fans.
On three full-length LPs, you will find:
- the sought-after TENHI demo “Kertomusika” from 1997, for the first time available in digital form on this compilation;
- the two mini-CDs “Hallavedet” (1998) und “Airut:Ciwi” (2001) that have been sold out for a long time; - a coherent album unity called “Kaski” that has been unreleased so far;
- the two bonus tracks from the re-released version of “Kauan”; - some demo and alternative versions of regular TENHI songs.
- Vinyl 3LP (black 140g vinyl) incl. printed inner sleeves and protection sleeve (500 copies available)