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Snowblood

Snowblood
Live in Niesky, Germany in 2004
Background information
Origin Scotland
Genres Doom metal
Post Rock
Post Metal
Sludge
Experimental
Years active 2002-2009
Labels Superfi (UK)
Lawgiver Records (UK)
Members Luke Devlin
David Tobin
Ewan Mackenzie
Graham Young
Tracey Fallon

Snowblood were a four piece (sometimes five piece) experimental sludge/post rock/doom metal band from Glasgow, Scotland, formed in 2002. Their third and final self-titled album was released in 2009, through Superfi Records.[1]

Snowblood composed lengthy guitar-based pieces, usually focused around the elaboration of a single theme. These pieces developed the dynamics between the serene and the brutal side of the post rock and doom metal genres.[2]

Their first two albums, The Human Tragedy (2004) and Being and Becoming (2005) were both recorded by Neil McNaught at the Split Level Studios in Edinburgh, Scotland. Their third album was recorded and produced by the band in a cottage near the Scottish village of Buckie.

Contents

  • Discography 1
    • Albums 1.1
    • Compilation albums 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Discography

Albums

  • The Human Tragedy [Superfi (LP) / Lawgiver (CD)] 2004
  • Being and Becoming [Superfi (LP) / Lawgiver (CD)] 2005
  • Self Titled [Superfi (CD)] 2009

Compilation albums

References

  1. ^ Superfirerecords
  2. ^ Ninehertz

External links

  • Official website
  • Superfi Records Official Website
  • Snowblood discography at Discogs
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