Cobweb Strange | Sounds From The Gathering

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Sounds From The Gathering

by Cobweb Strange

Dark progressive psychedelic rock
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Taste of Ash
2:44 album only
2. Sometimes the Shine Just Fades Away
10:34 album only
3. I'd Give Everything
4:24 album only
4. Thirteen
6:54 album only
5. The Color of
6:16 album only
6. ...As the Sky Crumbles
3:57 album only
7. Solitude & the Hollow Promise
7:38 album only
8. A Cup to Catch the Silence
6:56 album only


Album Notes
With a dark, intense, (and sometimes jazzy) psychedelic rock sound, Cobweb Strange has been compared to everyone from the Doors, Porcupine Tree and early Pink Floyd to King Crimson, The Police and Tool. "Sounds From the Gathering," the band's second album, offers a new landscape of tones to explore.

John Collinge of Progression Magazine wrote:

"Cobweb Strange has matured considerably with "Sounds From the Gathering"". Stylistically, they take a refreshingly accessible approach to psych-influenced rock, adding a very slight touch of jazz...I really dug how the 11-minute "Sometimes the Shine Just Fades Away" shifted directions over lengthy instrumental passages, with Derik Rinehart's busy drums and Wade Summerlin's loping bass lines always in the foreground...Summerlin's vocals adopt a Jim Morrison-like inflection ("Solitude & the Hollow Promise") when he favors the lower registers, enhancing the band's darkly impressionistic lyricisms."
-John Collinge, Progression Magazine



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way cool
a bit dark but w/out the darkness. Its just really way cool psy music that floyd would love to do

Dave Sharp

Sounds from a Gathering
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