Alda - Tahoma (2012)

I cancel a Kim Fowley's post for this great album from a Washington DC band mixing Black Metal - Post Rock and Folk with a rare agility. After Deafheaven and An Autumn For Crippled Children (and of course Wolves In The Throne Room) another sign that this hybridisation with Black Metal can be fruitful (rotten fruits but fruit nevertheless). Except the rather dull acoustic track, the album is a complete success and take you off the ground in a similar way that Subrosa but with a music that is more mystic and conceptual. It could be boring but it's not. It seems a solid format will be out soon but meanwhile this can be dl freely on bandcamp here or a direct link there. Savour it. More great new releases to come soon.

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