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  • Audio CD (12 Mar. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Field Records
  • ASIN: B0076ZJ5A8
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 667,323 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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What the Blood Revealed are an instrumental rock band from Irvine on the West Coast of Scotland. They came together in 2004 and have created a sound influenced by such giants of the leftfield as Isis, Neurosis and Mogwai and they find their inspiration in science, and the truths it reveals. They have released two well received EPs which have found their way to friends in 5 continents and are releasing the album Harbour of Devils on Field Records in March 2012. They have shared stages with great bands like Kylesa, This Will Destroy You, Maybeshewill, Crippled Black Phoenix, Storm of Light and many more. The 3rd track Evolution is not a Theory is definitely the highlight of the EP, its one of those tracks I consider to be cornerstones in music like Mammoth by Pelican. The power that it generates when the heavy section kicks in is astonishing to such a point that it feels like they couldn t possibly push their wall of sound any further. It s like hitting the ground after bungee jumping with a faulty rope March 201- Cinematic Music zine


The heavier-than-an-anvil-shower What the Blood Revealed are an altogether different breed, jam-packed as they are with raw sludge power and an impressive collection of intricate yet cripplingly potent riffs, as they demonstrate the brains of Pelican, the attitude of Johnny Cash and the apocalyptic splendour of Neurosis to showcase half an hour of beautiful, bloody brutality. --The Skinny

Often displaying the slightly psyched out side that Mono have these guys aren t for the faint hearted but once heard they are unforgettable. --2008, Quad Machine

They have the energy and ferocity of an early 65daysofstatic while still possessing the calm of the American Post-rock bands such as Caspian and Red Sparowes. --UK Metal Underground dot com

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