Title: The Fire In Our Throats Will Beckon The Thaw
Style: Post Rock, Heavy Metal
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The Fire in Our Throats Will Beckon the Thaw is the second full-length studio album by Chicago post-metal band Pelican. It was released May 22, 2005 on Hydra Head Records. Regarding the lengthy and unusual name of the album, guitarist Trevor de Brauw joked, "The title is meant to confuse people. The original title was going to be Black Doom on Tuesday.
Fans of Pelican should try Russian Circles. And those who like instrumental music should definitely try both. nxgater Terrific album - really gripping from start to finish. Oh yeah - and the artwork is also one of my faves. Our second full-length, issued by our pals at Hydrahead (ww. ydrahead. We knew the journey was getting strange when we played at Knitting Factory NYC the day the record was released to a sold out crowd. released July 26, 2005. Engineered and mixed at Electrical Audio, Chicago, by Greg Norman, in February 2005. Mastered by John Golden, for Golden Mastering.
Complete your Pelican collection. The surface noise is louder than the music. Oh but the wax is gorgeous. Reply See 2 replies Notify me Helpful. referencing The Fire In Our Throats Will Beckon The Thaw, 2xLP, Album, Sil, HH666-91.
A plus: Unlike many instrumentalists, Pelican don't affix over-long e titles to their compositions. Besides the dorky album title (wait- you guys never speak, so we're gonna freeze forever? is that the hook?), they let their music do the talking. Song-by-song there's a tendency toward seasonal shifts and the sky: "Last Day of Winter", "Autumn Into Summer", "Aurora Borealis", and "Sirius". Those are the structures. It's more difficult explaining exactly what it actually sounds like. The heavier/murkier debut, Australasia, was certainly within that realm and fit the critical shorthand, but here the production's ultra clean (sorta pristine), the atmosphere's airy (check out those acoustic transitions), and the songs delve into poppier areas than anything they've done in the past.
With their second album Pelican achieve new levels without changing structure or even sounding repetitive. The guitar tones within The Fire in Our Throats Will Beckon the Thaw are more natural pushed tube amp sounding, loud for that blast of power rather than the overdriven distorted sound from the Australasia album. Overall this produces a bigger guitar sound, perhaps less wall to wall than the previous Pelican full length album but no less forceful. The cover art work itself is very much nature focused too, only adding more emphasis to the general theme. Make no mistake, Fire In Our Throats is heavy, very heavy.
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The Inner Mounting Flame " is the debut album of the mighty Mahavishnu Orchestra. Released in August 1971, it features instrumental music entirely composed by guitar mastermind John McLaughlin, as well as drum mastery of the one and only Billy Cobham. 17. Frank Zappa - Jazz From Hell. Returning to the realm of post-metal, Chicago gang Pelican is up next with their sophomore studio effort - 2005's " The Fire in Our Throats Will Beckon the Thaw. If you're wondering about the peculiar title, it's meant to be confusing. The effort was originally supposed to be called " Black Doom on Tuesday.
Again, while this album has many beautiful songs, it does not flow well. However, largely because of the problems with the songs flowing, this album is better listened to in separate songs, not in one sitting. is a collection of beautiful, inspiring songs, not an album in my opinion. With our eyes we can see a beautiful autumn sunset, while feeling a gentle breeze bring in the aroma of the fall leaves. Pelican's second full length album "The Fire in Our Throats Will Beckon the Thaw is similar to that of the scene described, but this is reserved solely for the ears. This Chicago based "Instru-metal" band has created an album thats builds on its already stellar predecessor on so many levels.
|A1||Last Day Of Winter||9:36|
|A2||Autumn Into Summer||10:44|
|B1||March Into The Sea||11:37|
|C1||Red Ran Amber||11:20|
- Artwork By [Construction] – Aaron Turner
- Mastered By – John Golden
- Photography – Jason Hellmann
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Greg Norman
NotesRecorded and mixed at Electrical Audio, Chicago, Feb., 2005.
Screen printed sleeve, limited to 80 copies and only available on the 2012 UK tour.
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