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Agalloch is a metal band formed in Portland, Oregon, United States in 1995.

For twenty years the Pacific Northwest group has defined what it means to combine influences from a variety of musical genres into one brooding, colossal, and cinematic sound that provides the soundtrack to existential themes concerning man, nature, loss, and death.

After two demo releases in the late 90s the band released three full-length albums: pale folklore (1999), the mantle (2002), and ashes against the grain (2006… read more

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  • TheWrathofThor: The band is well known yes, but I do not think the word "overated" fits in them. It's a good band, and deserve the attention they have.
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  • For me Agalloch is perfection, with emotional, beautiful and shivers inducing songs... I know them for so long and I still discover new, amazing things in their music.
  • it would be sick if they did a live video album in the vein of pink floyd's live at pompeii, with no audience and filmed out at some ancient site, preferably one that holds significance to members of the band. plus they like traveling anyway
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  • @CommandoBurzum aaaa sorry my lord, for listen to COB and for my innocent age.... by the way, i will not discuss about music taste, world is free, and you are free to come here and do it, i don't judge anybody
  • bonjovyborges@ I think you don't understand what we were really discussing,is not about musical tastes only,was about policy,economic,philosophy and the direction the world is taking, I think if you do not understood it,maybe you have 5 years old.....and more,you hear Children of Bodom your opinion is invalid and your access denied...
  • metaloly999: Just go by most popular in Top Albums list, so give Ashes Against the Grain a spin next
  • I'm totally enjoyed "The Mantle" a lot, which other album is better to follow up ?
  • Whenever I listen to "I Am the Wooden Doors" I swear for the first 20 seconds or so it feels like I'm listening to early Ulver

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