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  • Audio CD (October 2, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: DISMANIC DISTRIBUTION
  • ASIN: B008I2OAEE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #165,960 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Disclosure is the most personal soundscape the band ever made, both lyrically and musically, Frank Boeijen says. He continues: The album is a great marriage between electronic and organic sounds, and has a wide range of colourful songs. With long epic songs we stayed close to ourselves. We are incredible proud of this album which is a reflection of what we do best, and our urge for experiment.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By David Parker on October 22, 2012
Format: Audio CD
When The Gathering's signature vocalist Anneke von Giersbergen left the band in 2007, it seemed like it would have been nearly impossible to find a singer who could fill those very big shoes. But they did in Silje Wergeland, and 2010's "The West Pole" was the result of their labors. A pretty solid effort, though not up to the standards they set with records like "How to measure a planet". This time though, Silje has settled quite nicely into the band, and in many ways, has offered an improvement on the "gothic trip jam" sound that has been their signature for nearly twenty years. In fact, Silje, unlike her predecessor, has a nice ability to transform her vocal style to fit the different moods and patterns found on this album. I swear, she sounds like three different singers on this one album, and on occasion, reminds me quite nicely of Anneke herself. Musically, the band has returned to their more experimental style, so if you're looking for "Mandylion Part 2", you won't find it here. If, however, you like the languid, hypnotic style of albums like "How to measure" and "Souvenirs", you'll want to check this one out.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Erik Dietrich on October 29, 2012
Format: Audio CD
I first heard these guys back in about 2000, when every metal fan seemed to have Mandylion on their short list of recommendations. Since then I've listened to every album they released, and followed their ups and downs. When Anneke left after "Home," I figured they might be done for, and the somewhat lackluster "West Pole" (their first album with Silje, their new singer) only enhanced this fear. While "West Pole" is certainly not a bad album, it was not an equal to their previous output and seemed to be a half-hearted return to the sound of Nighttime Birds. So when I heard they had another album out, I wasn't in a big rush to hear it. I bought it on a whim after seeing it at a local CD store and I've got to say it's the best surprise of the year so far.

This is easily their best album since "How to Measure a Planet," at least. By the time the chorus started on "Paper Waves," I was already in love with the album. I haven't gotten chills like this from anything this band has done since the title track on "HTMAP." Nearly every song here is excellent, with "Heroes for Ghosts" possibly my favorite song that they've ever done. Silje's vocals are astounding, and while I'm listening to the album I feel like I might even prefer her work to Anneke's. The songs are very much in the vein of "How to Measure a Planet" - they're mainly bass-driven and have a ton of spacy guitars and synths. It feels more like prog rock than "If_Then_Else," "Souvenirs" or "Home," with three of the songs timing in at around 8 minutes. "I Can See Four Miles" seems to be the other main centerpiece of the album - the second half of the song turns into an instrumental and features some of the best walls of guitar sound I've ever heard.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Spriggs on August 25, 2013
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New Vocalist Silje Wergeland after Anneke Van Giersbergen turned solo this is the second album with Silje by far the best work the Gathering has done so creative and catchy its breathtaking and moving you will never want to put this album down listen again and again to think i was nearly not going to get this must have for fans of band and do check out Anneke Van Giersbergen solo work she has improved ten fold , best songs on album are Meltdown by far, Paralyzed another beauty and Heroes For Ghosts please check out you will love ok.
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By larrylar on January 25, 2013
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The album arrived on time and in perfect condition.Plus it was another great offering from the Gathering and to get it early and in perfect condition made my day.
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