Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster | Exegesis

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Exegesis

by Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster

Painting landscapes filled with the broken remnants of civilizations gone by, Exegesis, takes inspiration from the work of Philip K. Dick. Washed in dirt, and processed through layers of ancient granite, Exegesis crashes through your mind.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Instrumental Metal
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1. Fractal World
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6:28 $1.50
2. Exegesis
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10:05 $1.50
3. Calligraphy
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8:22 $1.50
4. Valis
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11:49 $1.50
5. Black Iron Prison
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9:10 $1.50
6. Going Out Like Lights On a Switchboard
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2:13 $1.50
7. Sungazer
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6:50 $1.50
8. Wake
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12:33 $1.50
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster hail from London, the meeting of five minds who share a love for atmospheric art-metal. Bringing together elements of post rock and progressive metal, as well as diverse influences from glitch to stoner rock, they generate a unique and mesmerizing sound. Painting landscapes filled with the broken remnants of civilizations gone by, Exegesis, takes inspiration from the work of Philip K. Dick. Washed in dirt, and processed through layers of ancient granite, Exegesis crashes through your mind.

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Not really metal, not fully ambient, and not fully atmospheric, Exegesis is a unique but somber musical journey into the darker reaches of history. While its mostly instrumental nature may keep Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster from becoming a household name (as a band anyway), this five-piece is a talented, technically proficient group well worth watching. Their music is as unforgettable as the films of their namesake event.
(Hardrock Haven)

Part doom, part sludge, part stoner, part post-rock, Exegesis is all win. It’s a marriage of inspired songwriting, highly skilled performance, and close-to-perfect production engineering. I was somewhat disappointed by the relatively short, electronica-injected interlude of “Going Out Like Lights On A Switchboard”, but that may have only been by comparison to the strength of everything else. Though almost all the songs are true stand-outs, this one is probably my favorite. [referring to Exegesis]
(No Clean Singing)


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