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Quietly

by Mouth of the Architect

Quietly by Mouth of the Architect

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Quietly

by Mouth of the Architect

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Label: TRANSLATION LOSS
Fundamentally rooted in metal, Mouth of the Architect's moody atmospherics are heavy in a different sense. The pensive bleakness of their introspections (averaging about seven minutes apiece) is loaded with weighty, melancholic subjectivity, ranging from 2008's economic crises ("Hate and Heartache") to coming-of-age emotions ("Guilt and the Like"). But the starkly beautiful passages underlying the pained vocals somehow create hopefulness in their cohesion; check out a poignant appearance by Julie Christmas on the tender "Generation of Ghosts" for further reading.

About This Album

Fundamentally rooted in metal, Mouth of the Architect's moody atmospherics are heavy in a different sense. The pensive bleakness of their introspections (averaging about seven minutes apiece) is loaded with weighty, melancholic subjectivity, ranging from 2008's economic crises ("Hate and Heartache") to coming-of-age emotions ("Guilt and the Like"). But the starkly beautiful passages underlying the pained vocals somehow create hopefulness in their cohesion; check out a poignant appearance by Julie Christmas on the tender "Generation of Ghosts" for further reading.

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About This Album

Fundamentally rooted in metal, Mouth of the Architect's moody atmospherics are heavy in a different sense. The pensive bleakness of their introspections (averaging about seven minutes apiece) is loaded with weighty, melancholic subjectivity, ranging from 2008's economic crises ("Hate and Heartache") to coming-of-age emotions ("Guilt and the Like"). But the starkly beautiful passages underlying the pained vocals somehow create hopefulness in their cohesion; check out a poignant appearance by Julie Christmas on the tender "Generation of Ghosts" for further reading.