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AGALLOCH - The Serpent & The Sphere, Picture DLP

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Item weight: 650 g
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Double Picture Vinyl edition with deluxe package ! North american customers please order from Dämmerung Arts, link at the bottom. 

- Solid gatefold sleeve with die-cut front & metallic print
- Gatefold inside flooded in black  
- Double picture vinyl with metallic inked labels  
- exclusive, large 24" x 24" poster* printed in silver on black
- 8 page 12" booklet
- Downloadcode for the digital version of the album 

With “The Serpent & The Sphere” AGALLOCH deepen their musical body of work without losing one inch of their own classic trademark sound they have shaped and refined over nearly two decades. Taking their progressive and rock influences on higher levels, The Portland dark metal masters return with their most dynamic, prominent and rewarding musical experience. AGALLOCH have once again teamed up with legendary producer & engineer Billy Anderson, who recorded the album at Cloud City Studios in Portland, Oregon and later mixed it at Everything Hz. “The Serpent & The Sphere” goes down as the best, most transparent and complete sounding album to date. Nathanaël Larochette of Musk Ox makes a guest appearance on the record, providing the album’s acoustic interludes. "We shall see if this will remain one of the best albums of 2014. This looks pretty likely." METAL HAMMER Norge 

"The Serpent & The Sphere is an intense and rich album, true to what we are used to hear from Agalloch." HARDROCK Mag. 

"To be a fan of the band demands patience; they make you wait, and they make you work. But when the payoff arrives, it is thrilling, glorious, momentous. Everything comes into focus. Everything makes sense." STEREOGUM 

"a gorgeous album and breathtaking in its depth and expansiveness. " THE METAL OBSERVER