- Performer:Saxon Shore
- Title:Four Months of Darkness
- Style:Alternative/Indie Rock,Post-Rock,Indie Rock,Dream Pop,Instrumental Rock
- Date of release:May 20, 2003
- Recording location:West Building, GA
- Size FLAC version1127 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1886 megabytes
- Size WMA version1373 megabytes
- Formats:VOX AUD MP4 MP2 DTS AC3
Complete your Saxon Shore collection. Four Months Of Darkness. Four Months Of Darkness (CD, Album). Burnt Toast Vinyl, Broken Factory.
Album · 2003 · 5 Songs. Four Months of Darkness Saxon Shore. Listen on Apple Music.
Saxon Shore's Four Months Of Darkness is truly an incredible collection of progressive rock. Without the use of lyrics, these songs produce such stong sensations of emotion and sentiment. It's incredible to listen and interpret yourself without vocals steering your thoughts many of the people that were there for RT and DJ were a bit thrown of. .also the the live stuff on their site saxonshore. com is definitely worth a download.
1. 2. Amber, Ember, Glow. 3. Our Mountain Pass, A Winding Trench. Listen to Four Months of Darkness in full in the this site app. Play on this site. 2003 Broken Factory.
Four Months of Darkness.
Saxon Shore It Doesn't Matter, released 26 May 2009 1. Nothing Changes 2. Thanks For Being Away 3. Tweleven 4. This Place 5. Sustained Combustion 6. Bar Clearing Good Times 7. What Keeps Us Up 8. Small Steps 9. Tokyo 412am 10. Goodnight, So Long Things are starting to wind up around here. The spring is coiling back, tightening. It's a slow process, but at some point soon it's going to release. For years Saxon Shore have been winding that spring, and on track one of their new album they finally let it all go. It's a glorious exercise in crescendo dynamics and reminds me why I love this genre so much. Producer Dave Fridmann (MGMT, Flaming Lips, Mogwai) tucked his usual bloops and studio gadgets away for this moment to focus on the sound of the band unwinding.
Discography: Four Months of Darkness, studio album (2003) Be a Bright Blue, studio album (2005) The Exquisite Death of Saxon Shore (2005). SAXON SHORE Videos (YouTube and more). Saxon Shore, you're a very talented band and I'm glad I picked this album up. It shows great promise and I'll likely pick up another album you guys put out. I just don't find myself listening to this one very often.
CreditsJamie Bozeman - Engineer, Mastering
Ryan Clark - Design
Saxon Shore - Primary Artist
|1||Four Months of Darkness||Saxon Shore||6:48|
|2||Amber, Ember, Glow||Saxon Shore||2:29|
|3||Our Mountain Pass, A Winding Trench||Saxon Shore||8:32|
|4||Secret Fire, Binding Light||Saxon Shore||5:36|
|5||Side by Side in This Gentle Descent||Saxon Shore||7:34|