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by Sól

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glassartery The perfect matrimony of beautiful post-rock à la Rosetta, with post-metal that feels like Cult of Luna, uniquely different and crushing music for the soul. Favorite track: Kingdom.
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Dave Aftandilian Lovely, doomy post-rock visions and dreams. The sun is hidden behind a cloud—always—its beauty just beyond our reach. Yet it still ignites a fire in our hearts, a love of the wild and all who dwell there. Our human stink befouls all it touches, tearing, destroying, burning. No wonder the animals run from us—until the day they don’t; but turn, growling, bare their teeth, and launch themselves at our throats....
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Transference 09:59
Fireblood 00:49
Kingdom 10:19
Upheaval 11:10


Formed in Oregon in 2013, Sól is a five-piece band from Portland that combines elements of post-rock, post-metal, and doom to create an atmospheric calm and a brooding heaviness that explores the beauty and the fear of the natural world. The band reinforces their narrative with a sound that reflects the dense and expansive landscape of the Pacific Northwest.


released March 6, 2017


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