Marrow of the Spirit

by Agalloch

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Marrow of the Spirit, Agalloch's fourth album. Darker, colder and more aggressive than anything they have done in the past, but no less critically acclaimed than their other full-lengths. Recorded and mixed entirely on vintage analog equipment.

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released November 23, 2010

Recorded At – Audible Alchemy
Mixed At – Audible Alchemy
Mixed At – Trakworx
Mastered At – Trakworx

Artwork By [Cover & Backcover Artwork] – Mark Thompson
Artwork By [Emblem & Banner Artwork] – Markus Wolff
Composed By, Performer, Producer – John Haughm, Æsop, Don Anderson, J. William Walton
Design, Art Direction, Layout – John Haughm
Lyrics By – Haughm
Mastered By, Mixed By [Additional] – Justin Weis
Percussion [Petrified Bone, Glass & Metal Sheet Percussion] – Veleda Thorsson
Photography [Regular & Infared] – Veleda Thorsson
Piano, Sounds [Field Recordings] – Jeffrey Neblock
Producer [Production Assistance By] – Veleda Thorsson
Recorded By, Mixed By – Steven Wray Lobdell
Synthesizer [Moog Mg-1], Synthesizer [Moog Opus-3], Vibraphone, Glockenspiel – Nathan Carson*
Technician [Syncronization By] – Tim Hochstedler

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Agalloch Portland, Oregon

For twenty years the Pacific Northwest group Agalloch has defined what it means to combine influences from a variety of musical genres into one brooding, colossal, and cinematic sound that provides the soundtrack to existential themes concerning man, nature, loss, and death. ... more

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