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|1. She Painted Fire Across the Skyline (Part 1)|
|2. She Painted Fire Across the Skyline (Part 2)|
|3. She Painted Fire Across the Skyline (Part 3)|
|4. The Misshapen Steed|
|5. Hallways of Enchanted Ebony|
|6. Dead Winter Days|
|7. As Embers Dress the Sky|
|8. The Melancholy Spirit|
It's very folk inspired, a lot of great guitar playing... and the instrumentals are truly breathtaking.
It is a rare debut that shows a band with stylistic cohesion, passionate songwriting, and full control over its considerable imagination.
I would classify Agalloch as experimental, heavily folk-influenced black metal,but anyone who likes metal will love this.
Pale of Folklore is awesome its so cold and harsh and at the same time warm with folkish elements this band never sees-es to amaze me the guys vocals are harsh but at the same time... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Warren
Just what I had been looking for in a world overrun with terrible metal core music. This is the real deal. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jeremiah Ramos
Like Opeth and Aeternus this band is hard to classify. It sounds like Doom Metal with elements of Black Metal and Progressive Metal added in. Read morePublished on June 24, 2012 by The Honey Badger
You can sometimes tell that Pale Folklore is Agalloch's first album. It occasionally sounds a little juvenile, particularly right at the start of "She Painted Fire Across The... Read morePublished on April 29, 2012 by Angry Mofo
So, this band Agalloch....wow. I didn't know anything about them until they popped up as a recommendation on my Amazon page after making some Opeth purchases. Read morePublished on April 19, 2012 by J. Hill
This is one of my favorite albums. Sadly the band is not the most well known which is unfortunate because they have such a distinct and awesome sound ! Read morePublished on September 6, 2011 by Bowser
This is an album that will take you on an epic journey through an enchanted forest of wonder, and will leave you wanting for more!! Read morePublished on July 26, 2011 by Codera