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Thrice Woven

by Artemisia Records

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Timothy Hunter
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Timothy Hunter After Celestial Lineage, Celestite felt like a slap in the face. Combine that with my general anti-Cascadian malaise, and I wasn't expecting much of anything here. I'm sorry to say that this is an unequivocally excellent record. It ticks all the requisite boxes for Trve Cascadian Black Metal, but also manages to be distinctive as a WITTR record. Feverish in its focus, but grandiose in its vision, like staring at the midnight sky through the sitka spruce forest while high af. Favorite track: The Old Ones Are With Us.
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Now, a portal into the dreamworld of Wolves in the Throne Room opens again with THRICE WOVEN. It is a glorious return to the blazing and furious Black Metal that they alone can create!

The album begins with Born From the Serpent’s Eye a true thrashing black metal epic that is bisected with a haunting northern lament sung by Swedish star Anna von Hausswolff. The band worked with metal documentarians Peter Beste and Nico Poalillo to create a video for this track which captures a bonfire-lit performance in the forest near their Olympia compound.

The Old Ones Are With Us opens with the crackling of a fire and the voice of Steve Von Till (Neurosis) invoking the springtime thaw. It then storms into a dirge inspired by 90’s Finnish doom with lyrics that celebrate Imbolc, the holy day which marks the end of winter and the first stirrings of spring.

Figures from Norse mythology intertwine with personal heartbreak and rebirth in the bleak Angrboda. The song is named after a frost giantess who birthed Fenris Wolf, a beast who was destined to destroy the world and murder the gods. Fenris Wolf also appears on the cover of THRICE WOVEN in a painting by Russian occult artist Denis Forkas. Forkas’ obscure medieval painting techniques perfectly compliment the music of Wolves in the Throne Room.

A raven’s wings stir the air in the interlude Mother Owl, Father Ocean. Anna von Hausswolff returns in a duet with Turkish harpist Zeynep Oyku. Forlorn industrial atmospheres haunt the mix. Hausswolff’s lyrics, sung in Swedish, echo over a barren grey seascape.

Fires Roar in the Palace of the Moon is the classic Cascadian Black Metal epic. The third eye opens to see holy rivers being born from the ice on the tallest peaks. The lyrics offer blessings to the waters of the earth as they flow from the high places to the source of darkness, the ocean.


released September 19, 2017

Wolves in the Throne Room is:
Nathan Weaver - Vocals, Guitars
Aaron Weaver - Drums, Synths
Kody Keyworth - Vocals, Guitar

Don McGreevy - Acoustic Guitar on Born From the Serpent’s Eye
Steve Von Till - Vocals and Acoustic Guitar on The Old Ones Are With Us.
Anna von Hausswolff - Vocals on Born From the Serpent’s Eye and Mother Owl, Father Ocean.
Phil Petrocelli - Percussion on Mother Owl, Father Ocean.
Zeynep Oyku - Grand Harp on Mother Owl, Father Ocean.

Produced by Wolves in the Throne Room and Randall Dunn
Recorded at Owl Lodge, Litho & Avast Recording Co.
Engineered by Jack Shirley, Wolves in the Throne Room & Randall Dunn. Assisted by William Smith
Mastered by Jason Ward at Chicago Mastering Service

Cover artwork by Denis Forkas
Interior landscape photographs by John Westrock
Design by Metastazis
Art direction by Wolves in the Throne Room


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