Prayer Of Death
Download links and information about Prayer Of Death by Entrance. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Alternative genres. It contains 8 tracks with total duration of 40:26 minutes.
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|1.||Grim Reaper Blues||4:29|
|2.||Silence On a Crowded Train||4:16|
|3.||Requiem For Sandy Bull (R.I.P.)||2:40|
|6.||Prayer of Death||4:42|
|7.||Lost In the Dark||8:30|
|8.||Never Be Afraid!||3:47|
His third studio full-length finds Guy Blakeslee (a.k.a. Entrance) exploring the depths of his haunted mind. More fleshed-out (and subsequently more rocking) than the preceding acoustic-based album Wandering Stranger, 2006’s Prayer of Death cemented the start of The Entrance Band: a lysergic hard-rocking juggernaut. “Grim Reaper Blues” is the perfect title for an opening song that swirls eerie delta blues riffs filtered through giant amplifiers and some vocal distortion that intersects The White Stripes with vintage Gun Club recordings. The following “Silence of a Crowded Train” hemorrhages gallons of bloody reverb splashed on a sonic mess of wah-wah guitar, gypsy violin, plodding drums, and Blakeslee’s nightmarishly noir lyrics of confusion and hopelessness. In the brilliantly kaleidoscopic “Requiem for Sandy Bull (R.I.P.),” Entrance pays homage to the bygone avant-folk luminary with sitar, cymbals, and a darkened noisy ambience that sounds like analog tape echo being played backward. Though this instrumental tune is the shortest offering here at less than three minutes, it’s incredibly powerful.