The Seer - Swans - The Seer (CD, Album)

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  1. Now just two years away from turning 60, Gira has delivered a double album that may be his bravest release yet. Clearly the sound of someone who still doesn't give a goddamn what you think, The Seer isn't just a sprawling listen. It's a record that just went off its meds, a striking, supremely challenging mix of manic melodies, endless.
  2. Oct 21,  · Honestly I also currently find The Seer to be by far the hardest Swans album to get into. Even SFTB, despite how weird and dark it is, I found very easy to get into and love, but The Seer is just a totally different can of worms. level 2. Original Poster 2 points · 23 days ago.
  3. 30 years in, Swans make their masterpiece with ‘The Seer’. ‘The Seer’ (Young God Records) [rating=6] Rare is the band that’s still at their creative peak 30 years into their career. But Swans new album ‘The Seer’ is their best work to date. Founding member Michael Gira and co. seem brimming with purpose and demonic intensity.
  4. The Seer is the twelfth studio album by American experimental rock band Swans and was released on August 28, by Gira's own record label Young God Records. Producer and frontman Michael Gira funded the recording of the album with the sales of We Rose from Your Bed with the Sun in Our Head.
  5. The Seer is unquestionably a work of ecstatic beauty; it encompasses everything because it is everything. It references the aesthetic developed by Swans, and moves it past current musical boundaries and onto a new sonic frontier, where they stand, as they have always stood, alone. Track Listing - Disc 1 Track Listing - Disc 2.
  6. The Seer is the twelfth studio album by American experimental rock band Swans and was released on August 28, by Gira's own record label Young God Records. Producer and frontman Michael Gira funded the recording of the album with the sales of We Rose from Your Bed with the Sun in Our Head. While the previous studio album My Father Will Guide Me up a Rope to the Sky was seen as a cross Genre: Post-rock, experimental, noise rock, drone.
  7. Jan 09,  · If I had to choose just one album to summarize not the state of the music industry currently, but, say, the potential of the music industry right now, in , my default answer would be Swans' powerhouse The Seer. From the building urgency of the opener Lunacy, to the perfectly unlistenable 93 Ave. B Blues, it's not only the defining album of this decade, not only the defining album /5(3).
  8. The atmosphere of The Seer is almost impossible to replicate! Out of all the Swans albums, The Seer is definitely one of the tougher albums to sit through, but it's satisfying in a way like no other. It's dark, horrifying, ominous, yet also elegant and fascinatingly hypnotic.

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