Posted in metal | music | tour dates on August 26, 2014

by Wyatt Marshall

Falls of Rauros at The Acheron in 2012 (more by Samantha Marble)

Portland, Maine's Falls of Rauros are streaming "Waxen Voices" off of their forthcoming album Believe In No Coming Shore. The song debuted over at Invisible Oranges, and you can give it a listen below. It's a fantastic track, a near perfect blend of black metal and folk elements that makes for some of the best atmospheric black metal of the year. Here's a bit of what we had to say about it over at IO:

An almost painfully pretty instrumental intro sets an organic melancholy vibe, and when it kicks into high gear (love that hot solo that hits off at 2:52) it's Falls at their best, delivering an invigorating, perhaps flawless blend of black metal and folk. For an eleven-minute song that covers some ground, "Waxen Voices" never loses any momentum--it's a thrill from start to finish.
It's definitely 10/10, A+.

As a reminder, Invisible Oranges and Signature Riff are presenting Falls of Rauros with the criminally underrated black metal band Obsidian Tongue and metal one-man wizard Oneirogen at Union Pool tomorrow, Wednesday the 27th. Tickets are 8 bucks at the door.

Stream "Waxen Voices" below...

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