Editor’s Playlist: 07 September 2015

Hanging Garden 2015

Hanging Garden – Words That Bear No Meaning
Hanging Garden have recently unveiled a brand new song from their upcoming fourth album Blackout Whiteout and here at Soundscape we are absolutely loving it! This is a track showcasing Hanging Garden at the top of their game and if this song isn’t enough for you, just wait until you see our review of the album coming soon!

Nucleust – Faith By The Sword
Faith By The Sword is the latest video from Nucleust. We recently had a chat with the band about the video so if you’re looking for a behind-the-scenes insight into the track, look no further than here! The video is an interesting watch and really makes you think, so make sure you don’t miss it!

Blomst – Sjømannsvisa
I’ve been listening to a lot of the self-titled album by Blomst recently – it’s an easy and accessible listen that’s certainly worth a closer look and one of the album’s successes is closer Sjømannsvisa. A fairly slow and laid-back track, it brings the album to a rather satisfying close, yet also is able to hold its own as a standalone track.

Avatarium – The Girl With The Raven Mask
In the not-so-distant future, Avatarium will be releasing their brand new album Girl With The Raven Mask and to say we’re looking forward to it would be an understatement. There’s something oddly haunting about this band’s hypnotic-sounding music and if the rest of the album follows a similar path to the title track, we’ll all be in for a treat when it’s released.

2 Wolves – Scar Collection
Another band I’ve been listening to on a fairly regular basis over the past week or so is 2 Wolves, who released their latest album Shelter last year. Scar Collection is one of the most striking tracks of the album, featuring some poignant and passionate vocals and there’s just something about the song that makes you want to listen to it over and over. Trust me on this one.

About Natalie Humphries 1821 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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