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Life Among Giants

by Bronze Fawn

An epic instrumental rock album with a cinematic scope centered on the life of man during the last great ice age.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Buried For Millennia
6:35 album only
2. Not Too Tropical
5:29 album only
3. The Case of the Irish Elk
5:14 album only
4. Rise of the Megalodon
19:18 album only
5. On the Eve of Falconry
9:05 album only
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Album Notes
Bronze Fawn is an instrumental rock trio based out of Seattle, WA that merges the lush, effects-heavy sounds of shoegaze and the vast openness of spaghetti western scores with 70s-inspired prog-psychedelia, sludgy riffs and angular time signatures to create a unique impression on the musical landscape. For their self-released sophomore album, “Life Among Giants”, the band has once again combined these elements to chronicle the experience of modern man emerging in the ice-covered world of the Pleistocene era, a time where enormous beasts are entering the twilight of their own respective existences as advanced human life is beginning to flourish. Isolated and lonely reverb-drenched guitar tones swirl and build as they cascade into thundering bass lines and heavy drum beats, finally coalescing into a stampeding epic journey of beautifully massive proportions. Herein, Bronze Fawn documents the ultimate paradox with frenetic tones that reflect a cold and harsh environment, yet give way to melody and harmony that signal hope, evolution and the dawn of an epoch to come.

Recorded at Studio Litho in Seattle by Matt Bayles (Isis, Russian Circles, Mastodon) and mixed at Bayles' Red Room studio, "Life Among Giants" is complex and dense with a layered sound that still manages to cut to the chase: cinematic rock that makes you move with dreams from another era.



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