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The Angelic Process

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Macon, Georgia, United States (1999 – 2007)

Formed in Macon, Georgia, United States in 1999 by K.Angylus and M.Dragynfly, The Angelic Process produced music over an eight year period. Pioneers and figureheads of the subgenre of extreme music, their stylistic influence can be found in numerous other bands that have followed. With a sound that fused layered guitar and complex yet fluidly shifting time signatures, The Angelic Process forged new musical ground, and over the course of three studio albums and two EPs, developed and refined a sound that has been described as “the sound of the soul.”

The band was known for their unique and engaging live performances. Blasting , complex melodies, droning guitar resonance, rippling bass, tom-heavy martial drums, and haunting, ethereal vocals collided to create violently ambient songs that had a definite shape and progression, but enveloped the audience in warm, immersive soundscapes.

In October 2007, the band was put on hold indefinitely due to Kris Angylus’ severe hand injury. Half a year later, on the 26th of April 2008, he fell victim to clinical depression and took his own life.

Listen to the final album: Weighing Souls With Sand (2007) - Profound Lore Records Bandcamp
Listen to the last song: Blood Tastes Like Rain - Let There Be Life (2008) - YouTube
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Previous Members:
Kris Angylus - vocals, guitar, drums, keyboard
Monica Henson - vocals, bass guitar, keyboard

Discography:
2001 - …And Your Blood Is Full Of Honey (LP)

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  • prophetpope

    Weighing Souls with Sand and We All Die Laughing have great covers.

    30 Apr 6:55pm Reply
  • Thurible

    Yes,their artwork and colour schemes are fantastic. Fits their music like a glove. Always good to find new stuff. Too bad there's nothing other than a 160x160.

    29 Apr 8:30pm Reply
  • kondou-san

    if someone has it in better quality... Gosh, I'm into their artwork too...

    29 Apr 11:42am Reply
  • kondou-san

    I don't know. But I found several days ago cover for 2003 Coma Waering http://www.metalorgie.com/groupe/The-Angelic-Process/8406_Coma-waering

    29 Apr 11:41am Reply
  • prophetpope

    Cool. So what do the cover look like? I've always been interested in that.

    28 Apr 9:37pm Reply
  • kondou-san

    yes, exists along with other two hundreds of cd)

    28 Apr 9:48am Reply
  • prophetpope

    I haven't visited this shoutbox for some time.. does https://musicbrainz.org/release-group/fa237a01-7d9d-3b02-9326-5b6c31345c99 exist yet?

    27 Apr 11:08pm Reply
  • Jalefar

    :S

    25 Apr 5:50pm Reply
  • Cadaversky

    @ Kaltenhoenn Well after such amount of listenings you can feel and discover all of the lyrics. Ofc everyone will hear what they want to... But for me, I even can't count how much I have listened to TAP outside last.fm. And perhaps after a year and a half it is really interesting to discover some new elements in favorite songs. Like the bass guitar parts in Crippled Healing or vocal moments in Trance To The Sun. Some can be discovered while you listening at a really quiet volume. Lyrics are really interesting and abstract, surreal.. you can feel even the color of each song. Or perhaps imagine and hear in mind - all of that unreleased. Each fragment of each song... undertow, texture, noise or clean part could be as a whole different song... experiment.

    17 Apr 7:46am Reply
  • Murtain

    The Angelic Process is a catharsis like no other. I don't know if these tears are from joy or from sadness. All I know is that I am witnessing the burning of the world and I have never felt so free in my entire life.

    15 Apr 11:15pm Reply
  • kondou-san

    >declined Holy...

    15 Apr 9:35pm Reply
  • Guttermutter

    Sorry to hear that :/

    15 Apr 5:05pm Reply
  • Thurible

    It's all about set and setting when listening to TAP. Spiritual experiences are not to be taken lightly. EDIT: My article submission has been declined due to the band's notability not being substantiated.Needs more reference work and I hope it'll work next time.

    15 Apr 2:16pm Reply
  • Kaltenhoenn

    Happened to me few times already and I'm happy I am still capable of such feelings. Makes me feel alive.

    15 Apr 2:05pm Reply
  • kondou-san

    3000:30=100=TAP collection in double size. Well, that's an overdose. :) I'm pretty sure i can understand that feeling - when you discover music that apparently contains all the feeling you have and is masterpiece of work, it's very easy to lost interest to other music albums and even to finding a new ones.

    15 Apr 12:37pm Reply
  • Kaltenhoenn

    It is too late for me, my friend, with 3000 plays in the recent month and 4500 in the recent three. I'm trying to break free from this literal addiction by listening to a compilation of 30 most important tracks for me, right now. It appears to work, but not as much as I hoped.

    15 Apr 6:25am Reply
  • Guttermutter

    Take it from me: don't overdose on TAP, or you'll risk it losing its magic. Given it's the only key to a universe humanity otherwise couldn't even think about accessing, that would be a waste.

    14 Apr 11:54pm Reply
  • Kaltenhoenn

    I've reached the point where I aimlessly browse the internet for more TAP stuff, but there is none. Gosh, why is there none? He's recorded so much...

    14 Apr 4:37pm Reply
  • Thurible

    Thank you. I think the biggest problem is the sorting of the footnotes. I mean,the references are there but I've never really learned how to properly cite on wiki. Like on other articles you have " Retrieved on day X"

    13 Apr 12:37am Reply
  • Guttermutter

    Quick update—cleaned up the punctuation a tad; content is impeccable but the "flow" of the article stutters a bit sometimes. I'll see if I can help out some more in the next couple of days!

    12 Apr 10:48pm Reply
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