Songs of Loss and Separation Times of Grace
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- 1The Burden of Belief05:39
- 2Mend You04:16
- 4Far From Heavenless06:00
- 5Bleed Me04:16
- 8To Carry The Weight04:03
Info for Songs of Loss and Separation
Melancholic Massachusetts metallers Times Of Grace return with a beautifully introspective set of Songs Of Loss And Separation…
Songs Of Loss And Separation, The Sprawling Second Album From TIMES OF GRACE Is Insistent In Its Bluesiness, Bleeding Distortion And Emotion, Weaving Effortlessly Between Pensive, Heavy, Midtempo Rock Riffs And Atmosphere. The Band's Sophomore Effort And First Since 2011 Channels A Haunting Romanticism And Deep Spiritual Yearning That Collide In Beautiful Melancholy. The Vocal Interplay Of Adam Dutkiewicz And Jesse Leach Makes For A Rich, Dense, And Enthralling Concoction, Powering Through Various Trips Through Dark Nights Of The Soul And Mind-Expanding Excursions Into The Wild.
“That Inventive And Grandiose Blend Of Heavy Metal And Hardcore Allied With Beautifully Tortured Lyrics Delivered With The Zest And Passion Of A Man Who Truly Had A Message Is Back In Times Of Grace” - BBC Music
"Times Of Grace Are Loaded With Jagged, Machine-Gunning Guitars And Hefty Artillery Drumming, Coupled With Jesse’s Unmistakable Soaring Vocal Punctuated By Choice Guttural, Primal And Raw, Throat-Scraping Pleas” - Rocksound
"As the rest of the 10-track run unfolds, the shades of grey shapeshift and collide with the electric power of clouds in a thunderstorm. Bleed Me is an atmospheric masterclass from the heartbroken hymnal. Currents strains with the tension and weight of a troubled mind. Cold ebbs with glassy resistance. By the time the curtain drops with the six-and-a-half-minutes of dark, chugging love song Forever, it’s been an intense, emotionally draining journey." (Sam Law, kerrang.com)
Jesse Leach, vocals
Adam Dutkiewicz, guitar, bass, drums
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