Horse Latitudes – Gathering

The thundering organic bottom end of Horse Latitudes occult approach to metal puts a welcome spin on the orthodox proto-doom of yesteryear, reinvigorating the stoner sludge swamp with new atmospheres and textures. The occult fascinations, obombrous reverb and hypnotic swelling of instruments created by their two bass, vocalist on drums approach to song writing is sure to have something to do with the melancholy doom available here. Vocals summoned straight from the doom-archives, heavy nods to the baritone guitar tone of Ride For Revenge and occult preoccupations of Urfaust; Horse Latitudes are set to unleash their astral revelations through Aurora Borealis at the end of this month. Gathering will see the light of day, a monument of enlightenment too great for the eye’s of man.

Highly Recommended. Listen to some tracks from the forthcoming release here. Expect both CD and LP through Aurora Borealis and a full review from us here at LURKER.

You'll find me in the vast wilderness of British Columbia, talking metal at LURKER, or working in publishing and front-end web/eBook development.

5 Comments

  • Reply October 12, 2010

    rickets

    Horse Latitudes are great, glad to hear the album will be out soon…

  • Reply October 13, 2010

    Invisible Oranges

    Google says that you coined the word "obombrous". I think it's really cool! It's very descriptive.

  • Reply October 13, 2010

    Rob

    Decent band, and the subject of my first ever post on LURKER!

  • Reply October 13, 2010

    Richard

    Mr Oranges, see the opening track of Deathspell's FAS.

  • Reply October 14, 2010

    Richard

    Gathering is incredible!

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