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Patience of the Fire-Keeper

by Forever Autumn

Acoustic Doom to haunt the Deep Places. Howls in the Forest at Dusk. Hail Woodland Sorcery!!
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Coming of the Tuatha De Danaan
1:16 album only
2. A Sadness On Winter Leaving
5:30 album only
3. Suicide Pact
4:09 album only
4. Mournyng Sunn
4:19 album only
5. Coyote
2:46 album only
6. Cernunnoita
3:33 album only
7. Lament of the Bean-Sidhe
3:16 album only
8. White Embers
3:48 album only
9. This Lonely Ram-Horned Willow (Isigfeðera)
8:38 album only
10. An Honest Place
5:59 album only
11. Last Song
5:13 album only
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Album Notes
Forever Autumn is the continuing musical expression and performance art of one Autumn Ni Dubhghaill. In an effort to describe her musique, Autumn created a new genre which she calls Acoustic Doom. Capturing the essence of Doom Metal, unplugged and stripped to the bone, with the traditional sounds of ancient Celtic, Slavic, and Scandinavian folk musique, Forever Autumn becomes so much more; an intimate experience, and a gateway to another world...

"Forever Autumn’s music sounds like the atmospheric distillate of a deep and quiet contemplation of nature. It has an element of nostalgic charm about it, it has an archaic aura, uncluttered, where things re-concentrate on themselves. There is sun, rain, woods and sea, autumn that prepares for winter, nature becomes withdrawn, breathes slower, keeps its sap in anticipation of the harshness to come. This is a time when people gather around the fire, share memories, brood over dreams, talk about their hopes. A slow, plodding rhythm, upon a layer of cello, leads the melancholic walk.

Forever Autumn’s soundscapes lay on an fragile acoustic architecture. The mix between neoclassical music and dark-folk is precious and delicate, a touch imprecise, like a thought on the loose. Shifting from languid and simple music to sober and silky-smooth aesthetics, always stamped by an inspiration freed from any influences, Forever Autumn follow their lonely path seeking expressiveness, emotion and fragility and focusing on the essential in art." -Doom-metal.com



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