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With Skuggflock (Shadowpack). The third offering. Stilla returns with yet another monumental recording that reeks of aggressive, beautiful and melancholic metal. After two years of silence Stilla now slightly moves out from the shadows and once again we get the opportunity to experience the very typical rugged Stilla sound we first heard on their 2013 album Till stilla falla. Here blended with inspiration and emotions not far away from what the prog-rockers Goblin achieved with D. Argento in the 70's. Stilla has always created their own unique style of Scandinavian Black Metal where the sound more then seldom travels into the nostalgic 90's mid era. And Skuggflock is definitely not an exception
With Skuggflock (Shadowpack). The third offering. Stilla returns with yet another monumental recording that reeks of aggressive, beautiful and melancholic metal. After two years of silence Stilla now slightly moves out from the shadows and once again we get the opportunity to experience the very typical rugged Stilla sound we first heard on their 2013 album Till stilla falla. Here blended with inspiration and emotions not far away from what the prog-rockers Goblin achieved with D. Argento in the 70's. Stilla has always created their own unique style of Scandinavian Black Metal where the sound more then seldom travels into the nostalgic 90's mid era. And Skuggflock is definitely not an exception
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Format: Vinyl
Label: NORDVIS
Rel. Date: 01/06/2017
UPC: 200000055721

Skuggflock [Limited Edition]
Artist: Stilla
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order $30.98 $26.99 ON SALE
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With Skuggflock (Shadowpack). The third offering. Stilla returns with yet another monumental recording that reeks of aggressive, beautiful and melancholic metal. After two years of silence Stilla now slightly moves out from the shadows and once again we get the opportunity to experience the very typical rugged Stilla sound we first heard on their 2013 album Till stilla falla. Here blended with inspiration and emotions not far away from what the prog-rockers Goblin achieved with D. Argento in the 70's. Stilla has always created their own unique style of Scandinavian Black Metal where the sound more then seldom travels into the nostalgic 90's mid era. And Skuggflock is definitely not an exception

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