Label: Svart Records - SVR342 • Format: CD EP • Country: Finland • Genre: Rock • Style: Doom Metal, Black Metal
A Treatise on Resurrection and The Afterlife is a fairly solid release, though perhaps not overly memorable, but Bog Oak have to be given credit for coming up with some varied sounds here that push the 'heavy' factor well into the red zone. Track Listing 1) The Science of the Afterlife 2) The Resurrection of Animals 3) Time Drift of Seasons.
· Bog Oak > A Treatise on Resurrection and the Afterlife Bog Oak discography (all) A Sea Without Shore () A Treatise on Resurrection and the Afterlife Bog Oak. Type: EP Release date: November 28th, Reviews; Additional notes; Side A: 1. The Science of the Afterlife (loading lyrics) 2. The Resurrection of Animals
· A mixture of occult and esoteric imagery placed alongside title such as The Science Of The Afterlife and A Treatise On Animals lend a medieval alchemical feel to this debut album from the Californian doomers, though without the convincingly strong aesthetic that bands such as Blood Ceremony, Jex Thoth or indeed Electric Wizard have cultivated for themselves.
· View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of " A Treatise On Resurrection And The Afterlife" on Discogs. Everything Releases Artists Bog Oak “A Treatise on Resurrection and The Afterlife” EP Trailer. The Science Of The Afterlife: A2: The Resurrection Of Animals: B1: Time Drift Of Seasons: B2.
· Sacramento’s Bog Oak has only been together for about a year and a half, but you’d never guess by listening to their first EP, A Treatise on Resurrection and The songs exhibit a mature sense of structure, and each track directly feeds into the next, which are both rare in the realm of crusty doom.
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