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|Duration:||Album or EP||Special Attributes:||Bonus Mp3, Digipak, Limited Edition, Special Edition|
|Country of Manufacture:||United States||Record Label:||Ripple Music|
|Sub-Genre:||Progressive & Art Rock|
Dynamic new release from Canandian dark prog masters, Fen. This album is eating up the charts on the strength of it's modern prog single, "Find that One." Recommended for fans of Tool or Porcupine Tree, on "Trails Out of Gloom" features similar complex, dynamic, and textured songwriting with remarkable playing. Doug Harrison is being hailed as one of the best singer's in modern prog music today. Dark, mysterious, aggressive, nuanced, and subtle, "Trails Out of Gloom" is a remarkable album. See the critical raves below.
If you're a fan of Porcupine Tree, Tool, Opeth, Anathema or other modern prog bands, Fen will undoubtedly satisfy.
Buy the album from us, Fen's Official Record Label, and help the band!!
All orders come with a special bonus mp3, not available any other way than ordering through Ripple Music.
Trails Out of Gloom 4:46
Through The Night 4:34
The World is Young 7:03
Find That One 4:54
A Clearing 1:38
Queen of the Mountain 4:31
End of the Dream 8:16
In Your Arms 6:34
Press raves about Fen "Trails Out of Gloom."
Out of Gloom is a hidden gem amongst the sometimes nonsensical world of
progressive music. Fen are clearly masters at the complementary meshing
of instruments. Trails Out of Gloom is a brilliantly composed album
that sounds half way between the cleaner moments of Opeth and Anathema,
whilst also retaining its own unique identity. Fen provide a delightful
presentation of mellow and erudite prog." -- Power Play Magazine issue #121
“Dark and Aggressive. If your tastes veer from Porcupine Tree to Tool, these could be trails worth exploring.” -- Geoff Barton, Classic Rock Magazine #146
will pull you in and leave you wanting more! Trails Out of Gloom
creates textured melodies that always offer something different each
time around. Reminds me of what I like about progressive rock, it's
ability to create songs that tell stories with their instruments as
well as their words. Doug Harrison has a wonderful voice. Don't miss
out on this release, it's one of the better examples of the style I've
heard in quite some time." -- Cosmos Gaming and Music
"Opening with the title track, an acoustic, folk-inflected lament, there are elements of Opeth in the stunning guitar playing, while the lush, warm tones recall latter-day Anathema although vocalist Doug Harrison has a wider vocal range than most, ranging from a stunning falsetto to the sombre tones more traditionally associated with this type of music. The production is top notch too, with the guitars kicking in with surprising depth and clarity. Hints of Porcupine Tree as well as Soundgarden’s epic, psychedelic rock. It’s quite a ride, with the band showcasing a remarkable grip of dynamics, allowing the songs to grab you and draw you into their mighty ebb and flow. Ultimately ‘Trails out of Gloom’ is a ride through the many different moods of a band possessed of great talent. While many reference points abound, they are so many and so varied as to only offer brief glimpses of the wonders contained within the album and any fan of progressive music will be utterly captivated by Fen. Give it a try, you undoubtedly will not regret it " --Sonic Abuse