Nihil Totem

by Agalloch

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Jeff Richardson
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Jeff Richardson The mighty Agalloch! I am really going to miss the talent of these men. I am afraid that a band like this will be nevermore in this oversaturated world of ours. So many considers themselves 'Artists' nowadays; bah! Agalloch was the real deal.
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turning_ever_towards_the_sun There is nothing not to love about anything that has AGALLOCH written over it.
Nicholas Trandahl
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Nicholas Trandahl An amazing track from the glorious Agalloch. The piano in this reminds my of Endless Melancholy, my favorite ambient band. Hence, this song is a fusion of music dear to me. This is dark and melancholy and beautiful.
James C
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James C Simply a beautiful piece. Calming to the mind, if not slightly haunting on deeper levels.
Systym
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Systym Beautiful piano piece by the fantastic Agalloch. Definitely worth a listen!
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The full version of the piano piece, written by Jeffery Neblock and recorded for the end of "The Watcher's Monolith" during the "Marrow of the spirit" sessions. Originally released on a picture disc 7" inside the "Marrow Of The Spirit" deluxe tour box edition.

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released February 2, 2013

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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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