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  • Douzilkree says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Juarez Mexico Press Cassette release of Aq'Ab'Al on Discogs/5(16).
  • Brarisar says:
    Jul 03,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Volahn - Aq'Ab'Al at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Volahn collection/5().
  • Tojinn says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gold/Black Vinyl release of Aq'Ab'Al on Discogs/5(4).
  • Samule says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Aq'ab'al' - Volahn on AllMusic.
  • Zoloshicage says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Aq'Ab'Al on Discogs/5(16).
  • Feshicage says:
    US version on blue/silver haze vinyl. Housed in a gsm gatefold jacket with hot foil stamping, flooded black inside. Includes an 8-page booklet with silver printing on gsm art paper and an A2 poster with silver printing on gsm art paper. Other Versions (5 of 6) View All.
  • Shaktilrajas says:
    Volahn has a distinctively psychedelic twist on a lo-fi atmospheric sound that takes influence from K'iche' Mayan myth and some interludes feature an ancient flute-like instrument from the culture. This album conjures up a totally opposite type of imagery than the usual dark frostbitten type of sound, it's like black metal for hot sunny days.
  • Mikaktilar says:
    Clocking in at close to 60 minutes, this album is chockfull of 10ish minute journeys that result in anger, darkness, blackened fury, melodic guitar leads, and haunting acoustic work. Songs like the spectacular “Bonampak” and “Koyopa” top the eleven minute mark and utilize everything from Norwegian to post-black styles to tell their stories.
  • Mezirisar says:
    Jan 06,  · “Bonampak” begins with a standard tremolo-picking BM assault and rasping vox before introducing Alcest-meets-Watain atmosphere that glides into some Spanish plucking. Opener “Najtir Ichik” incorporates similar BM riffage and an acoustic guitar/key outro, but it’s the Shadowthrone -era acoustic guitar at the end of “Koyopa” that’s the most memorable and haunting of them all.

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