Picks Of The Month: July 2017

Is it just me, or is this year racing by? Here’s our favourite releases from the past month – make sure you get listening!

Natalie’s Picks

Sleep Token – Two
Track to check out: Nazareth
Our review: http://www.soundscapemagazine.com/sleep-token-two-review/

A beautifully stunning piece of work, the mysterious Sleep Token have crafted an EP that will draw you in and get under your skin.

Klingenberg Syndrome – Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
Track to check out: The Traveller
Our review: http://www.soundscapemagazine.com/klingenberg-syndrome-whiskey-tango-foxtrot-review/

I loved Klingenberg Syndrome’s debut so was eagerly awaiting album number two. If you’re big on your prog, you need to get involved with this!

Orden Ogan – Gunmen
Track to check out: Forlorn And Forsaken
Our review: http://www.soundscapemagazine.com/orden-ogan-gunmen-review/

Cheesy, infectious and massive, Gunmen is a fun album that requires you to listen to it at top volume – and don’t forget to sing along!

Dave’s Picks

MRTVI – Negative Atonal Dissonance
Track to check out: As Consciousness Is Harnessed To Flesh Pt. 1
Our review: http://www.soundscapemagazine.com/mrtvi-negative-atonal-dissonance-review/

Possibly the most toxic emo album you will ever hear but it’s still a better love story than My Chemical Romance.

Ewigkeit – Cosmic Man

Track to check out: Time Traveling Medicine Man
Our review: http://www.soundscapemagazine.com/ewigkeit-cosmic-man-review/

Mr Fog’s gallant return to Ewigkeit is so deep that you can get lost within it’s mesmeric and labyrinthine riffs like a maiden wandering towards a Minotaur.

Ben Prunty – The Darkside Detective OST
Track to check out: The Truth is Around Here Somewhere
Our review: http://www.soundscapemagazine.com/ben-prunty-darkside-detective-ost/

I love the sounds on this soundtrack. I’m a massive fan of the work FlyByNo done for the Endless games and this soundtrack reminds me of them but of course with its own Occult-esque flavor.

About Natalie Humphries 1780 Articles
Soundscape's editor, who is particularly fond of doom, black metal and folk (but will give anything a chance). Likes to travel to see bands abroad when she can. Contact: nathumphries@soundscapemagazine.com or @acidnat on twitter.

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