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Minsk - With Echoes In The Movement Of Stone
U.S. postcore/doom outfit Minsk have returned with their third full length album, their second for Relapse Records. With just recently having completed a European tour which included a show at the prestigious Roadburn festival, With Echoes In The Movement Of Stone comes to keep their momentum going. Let’s see what these guys offer us.

With their previous record The Ritual Fires Of Abandonment I wasn’t as impressed as with some of the other bands in this genre. Yet when catching them live at Roadburn this year, I was convinced of the awesome capabilities of this band, they blew me off my feet! Unfortunately this new record still doesn’t manage to reach the same level of intensity they produce on stage, but it reaches that level just a bit more than before. Overall Minsk put together a dynamic record that features all the assets of the genre, varying from devastating doom riffs to psychedelic passages and dreamy soundscapes. It never gets boring or too repetitive.

Devastating at times, enchanting at others. Even though it is not highly original, the foursome still manages to surprise every once in a while. Definitely a worthy addition to the postcore/doom metal genre, With Echoes In The Movement Of Stone is a mandatory listen for fans of this style of music.
Minsk - With Echoes In The Movement Of Stone
82/1001Details Relapse Records
Released on Monday Jun 1st, 2009
Postcore / Doom Metal

Writer @DemonDust on Thursday Jun 4th, 2009

Tags: #Minsk
Tracklisting 1. Three Moons 06:07
2. The Shore of Transcendence 09:59
3. Almitra's Premonition 10:06
4. Means to An End 05:59
5. Crescent Mirror 08:57
6. Pisgah 04:06
7. Consumed By Horizons of Fire 06:31
8. Requiem: From Substance to Silence 11:18
Line up Dustin Addis - Guitar
Chris Bennett - Guitar
Anthony Couri - Drums
Tim Mead - Vocals, Conga Drums, Keyboard
Sanford Parker - Bass
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