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Laurestine Orchestral

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Dustin Koontz
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Dustin Koontz The orchestral is a bit disappointing but I bought to support the band. Sounds like it's mixed poorly and it seems to only randomly include guitars and drums alongside the orchestral elements and no vocals. Those random guitars and drums are pushed way into the background, too. Some parts just don't work that well like the start of The Keepsake. Who knows though- if this is just practice for doing orchestral elements rather than synth on the next album then I'm all for them at least trying this. Favorite track: Falling Cedars.
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Orchestral instrumental version of So Hideous' critically acclaimed 2015 album, Laurestine.

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released May 6, 2016

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So Hideous New York, New York

From NYC, So Hideous combines intense, blackened hardcore with orchestral elements to create a unique blend of music that has been called a "raging force of post-black metal; frothing with shoegaze and oozing with tortured melancholy."

Last Poem/First Light was recorded and mixed by Dean Baltulonis (Agnostic Front, Lucero) and mastered by Scott Hull (Sting and Lou Reed).
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