Here’s your chance to get all three Noltem LP colour variants at a highly discounted price and also save a lot on shipping costs. The colours pertaining to the stunning album artwork are used for all the three LP colour variants and effort has been made to ensure that they’re different still and don’t get redundant. Only 10 combos are available for the time being.
Please bear in mind that these colours are for representational purpose only and the actual products may differ. Also the shipping date is tentative and it’s likely that the LPs will be shipped out sooner, depending on the backlog at the pressing plants.
On only their debut full length, US band Noltem have crafted an album with astonishing maturity and emotional depth. Their brand of atmospheric black metal is virtually flawless, blending all the elements that make this style of music work. It’s got perfectly tempered music, melodies that greatly enhance the expression of the inherently black metal riffing, elegant acoustic passages, tasteful keyboard sections, soaring guitar solos, vocals that go hand-in-hand with the plaintive music and much more. The song-structuring is akin to the retelling of someone’s heartfelt life story – it’s multi-faceted, encompassing countless myriad emotions, and immaculately put together as if the outcome was predetermined and executed to perfection. The 40-min album gets over before you even realize it, but that’s because it’s way too easy to get absolutely immersed in its beauty and lose track of reality. Albums like these don’t come by very often, and Noltem have just concocted a masterpiece here.
For fans of – Agalloch, Saor, Felled, Panopticon, Falls of Rauros, Nechochwen
releases October 10, 2021
Line up –
Max Johnson – Acoustic and electric guitar, keyboards, lyrics
John Kerr (Marsh Dweller, Pyrithe, Seidr) – Drums, vocals, keyboards, guitars
Shalin Shah (Protolith) – Bass guitar
Artwork by Anthony Hurd
Guest solos –
Zach Miller (Pyrithe)
Jordan Guerette (Falls of Rauros)
Aaron Carey (Nechochwen)
Mixed and mastered by Spenser Morris (Saor, Panopticon, Vukari)
Official release date – October 15th, 2021
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