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8 thoughts on “ Curse Of Humaniti - The Lord Weird Slough Feg - Traveller (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Sep 18,  · Folk, Power-Heavy Metal band: The Lord Weird Slough Feg album: Traveller year:
  2. Estimated delivery in months. Add a few days if outside Finland. You can make a reservation for this product and pick it up from the nearest Record Shop X.
  3. Apr 20,  · The Lord Weird Slough Feg - New Organon Welcome home, Philosopher Cavemen kilter rhythms but that was it, only fully letting lose in his other bands. I was always hoping he'd shine on a future Slough Feg album, but sadly he dipped out shortly after the last album. (Traveller, Hardworlder, Digital Resistance) or the past.
  4. Traveller works because it's a story-driven, motif-ridden heavy metal album that never lets the story get in the way, but at the same time never takes time out of the story to wink knowingly at the listener. In a world where almost any artistic endeavour, risky or not, is accompanied by a built-in preemptive irony parachute, I find myself adoring a band who just dive head first into an extended metaphor-free story .
  5. Jul 01,  · Lord Weird Slough Feg, which is the band's original name, has certainly got to be one of the most bizarre monikers I've ever heard. Now using the Slough Feg handle, this San Francisco-based band plays a curious mix of Celtic metal with 70's hard rock and touches of beautiful Irish folk.
  6. Aug 19,  · The Lord Weird Slough Feg, or just Slough Feg for short, have been around for quite a while, and Traveller is their fourth full length album out of ten. Their entire back catalog is fantastic and while this review is not about the others, you should still listen to them as well.
  7. Jun 17,  · Merch for this release: Compact Disc (CD), Vinyl LP The album’s bombastic opener revels in gruesome pre-history—a view of uncivilized humanity before philosophy actually takes hold. “The lyrics are about this shaman type guy chopping people’s heads off, but it fits in a way, because it’s kind of a historical beginning,” Scalzi explains.

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