Thursday, March 3, 2016

The World State "Traced Through Dust and Time"

Country: Denmark
Genre(s): Progressive Rock
Label: Death Rides A Horse Agency
Format: CD, digital
Release date: March 3, 2016
1. Fading Leaves (3:50)
2. A Castle For The Battles That I Fight (6:41)
3. The Strangest Of Places (8:00)
4. Traced Trough Dust And Time (5:56)
5. From Oblivion To Live Again (6:47)
6. Faith, Hope And The End Of The World (5:49)
7. Unlikely (3:41)
8. Everything Changes (7:53)

Total time 48:37

Bina Rosenvinge - Lead Vocals
Leifur - Bass, Vocals, Grand Piano, Harmonium, Synths, Accordion, FX
Andreas Schubert - Guitars, Backing Vocals
Jesper Kragh - Guitars, Backing Vocals
Danny Woe - Drums
Lone Amtoft - Choir
Tenna Duch Schaldemose - Choir
Christian Dalmar - Grand Piano, Fender Rhodes
Laura Emilie Beck - Violin (6)
Who Killed Bambi - Strings

Traced Through Dust and Time opens its tempting with Fading Leaves. A cold wind lures the imagination first, guitars and keys with melodic hums for company soon emerging to offer a quaint yet haunting invitation. Its air is unpredictable, an imposing breeze ebbing and flowing within a warmer lure as a stormy atmosphere rumbles overhead. Already the dramatic potency of the album is at play, the song casting an evocative landscape upon which the theatre to come will weave its tales through elements like the portentous caress of strings provided by Who Killed Bambi.
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