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  • Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Moment of Collapse Records (Broken Silence)
  • ASIN: B00I17CZFM
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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Alaskan are a three piece band from Ottowa, Canada who formed in 2009 that incorporates elements of post metal, post hardcore, and sludge. Until recently the have been rather unknown . Like most bands in this genre comparisons to Isis are always going to be made. This is Alaskan's 2nd full release consisting of 6 songs of just over 35mins. Some will be disappointed there is not more however Alaskan concentrate on quality not quantity. There is nothing ground-breaking new here, pounding bass, heavy guitar, drums and shout vocals. I don't subscribe to the notion to be post-rock you need an army of guitar players and what Alaskan lack in not having a lead guitarist I find rather refreshing as the songs are not filled out with rather bog standard guitar solo's.

Some will not like the post-rock shout vocals, I enjoy these type of vocals and I certainly find the voice in tone and quality better than say Neurosis. Alaskan do add the odd strange string sounds to a few of the tracks although electronics is perhaps an area they can work on for their next release.

Being a short album is properly a good thing for it does not relent in its power and anger and atmospherics are within songs. The track Submerged is a good example which also has one of the most progressive rock riffs I've heard for many years before building to an end climax.

There is not one bad track on this release. Take a listen at [...] and then go and buy.

Comes in MP3, CD and limited vinyl 600 black and 200 of other colours.
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