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Fifth Phoenix

by Cellarscape

Sharing an evocative and affecting emotional colour, these five eclectic songs weave a dramatic filmic soundscape. From the intense 'A Brief Time of Bullets' through to the bluesy 'Curse Included', expect unexpected storms and explosions of hope.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Brief Time of Bullets
5:12 album only
2. Kerosene
3:15 album only
3. Transition Sickness
3:39 album only
4. Lack of Evidence
4:04 album only
5. Curse Included
5:20 album only
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Album Notes
CELLARSCAPE is singer, drummer & guitarist Paul Terry’s alt-acoustic moniker that he has been writing, recording and performing under since 2003. Fusing haunting vocals with angular drumming, fragile but anthemic guitars, plus, hypnotic orchestrations, Cellarscape songs bristle with an undeniably cinematic presence...

... So it comes as no surprise that Paul has a burgeoning sideline in film soundtracks. These include the recent award-winning horror-comedy 'The Furred Man' (2010) – currently experiencing high praise in several international film festivals; the acclaimed 2006 feature 'The Wake'; the forthcoming 'Queen of Hearts', and the award-winning 2001 short, 'Mightier'. The world-renowned Empire Film Awards also used Paul's film music for their 2009 promo campaign.

Back in 2006, Cellarscape’s first release was the ‘Copilot’ EP [“...songs of desolation that echo with mood and meaning...” – County Times]. Then, 2007’s progressive ‘Fifth Phoenix’ EP followed. From the intense ‘A Brief Time Of Bullets’, to the yearning harmonies of ‘Kerosene’ and doomy loops of ‘Transition Sickness’, Rockworld TV described Cellarscape as “truly a force to be reckoned with.”

Current album ‘Animation, Suspension’ sees Cellarscape go stratospheric. After the deceptively blissed-out intro of ‘Crawlspace’, this eclectic album’s high gear kicks in with the triumphant ‘Target Acquired’. The sinister stylings of ‘The Creek’ and schizophrenic ‘You Got The Girl’ highlight Cellarscape’s love of tonal changes, all the while keeping the music’s core emotionally-charged.

With the grinding punch of ‘Bled Out’, the dark and punishing ‘Treading Water’ through to vocal-only ‘December Moon’ and insanely catchy battle-cry pop of ‘Minor Fractures’, 'Animation, Suspension' commands your attention throughout its 15 unpredictable tracks – something that has garnered glittering critical acclaim from press around the world, including: “Impeccable songwriting. A symphony for today's music lover.” (Australia’s Awesome Radio); “A diverse range of soundscapes creating a palette of aural delight.” (Big Cheese Magazine); “You’ll think you’ve listened to Cellarscape all your life... 15 perfect tracks.” (Radio Sonar); “Crushing. Absorbing. Gentle. Uplifting. Relentless. Awesome.” (BBC Radio); “Remarkably varied... songs that could’ve been composed by Metallica or Tears for Fears only increases its wonder.” (Daily Music Guide).

With a new EP, ‘A Theta/Delta Union’ planned for late 2010 / early 2011, and the next full-length Cellarscape record also due out later in 2011 – plus, the soundtrack for ‘Queen of Hearts’, and the debut of Paul’s atmosphere-core heavy project, Ash Tree Lane – it’s business as usual, with Paul Terry’s music staying as eclectic as ever.



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"This breathes an intimacy that is all too rare in new music…”
“From the yearning harmonies of ‘Kerosene’, and the doomy, cascading rhythms of ‘Transition Sickness’, this is far from formulaic… muted guitars, beautifully understated multi-layered vocals, everything in this five-track EP breathes an intimacy that is all
too rare in new music…”
- Control Yourself

ROCKWORLD TV (SKY channel 368)

The new EP from Cellarscape has jettisoned his music stratospheric!
The new EP Fifth Phoenix from Cellarscape has jettisoned his music stratospheric! Don’t get me wrong, CoPilot is still an amazing body of work and it’s obvious that he is a true talent with a phenomenal voice, but you only have to listen to Fifth Phoenix to see how his music has progressed by an impressive scale. His original softer acoustic stylings have been replaced by symphonies of strings and innovative drum loops worthy of Biffy Clyro. Truly a force to be reckoned with in 2007, Cellarscape is the real deal, self made, self-taught and with the drive and talent to back it up. Watch this space people...


Massive choruses and really haunting!
I saw this guy at his latest gig in London and picked up a copy of this new EP – it ROCKS! I love 'Kerosene' loads and play it all the time, and the first track has this crazy structure but its chorus is massive and makes you feel really good. The 3rd track is really spooky and dark and a great middle song to the record. Can't wait for more – when's the next one coming out!!

Keilly, Middlesex

Really infectious songs – more please!
I know there are a lot of popular singer/guitarists and on the radio, but why isn't Cellarscape?! I love every song on this CD, my only complaint is there aren't more songs on it! It's soooooo infectious! Album please, NOW!

Beth Davies

Phoenix rising
Just listened to this whilst doing some uni research online - this is such a great set of songs. The cellos get me serious goosebumps. Gorgeous voice too. Superb.


Extremely listenable
A fine collection of songs that really grow on you after a couple of listens through. The kind of thing you expect to hear in the background of a top-quality indie movie like Garden State or Donnie Darko. Recommended.