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Serpentine Path
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 PRICE: $18.99
 FORMAT: Vinyl LP
 LABEL: Relapse
 RELEASED: 2012
 ORIGIN: USA
 ITEM #: ATH-9358
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  • Limited edition of only 500 copies on black vinyl.

TRACKLIST:

  1. Arrows
  2. Crotalus Horridus Horridus
  3. Bats Amongst Heathens
  4. Beyond the Dawn of Time
  5. Obsoletion
  6. Aphelion
  7. Compendium of Suffering
  8. Only a Monolith Remains
"Though Unearthly Trance officially disbanded in July 2012, following five largely rewarding albums, the members of this Long Island trio actually had no intention of going their separate ways. Instead, they had already taken steps to partner with one-time Electric Wizard bassist and Ramesses guitarist Tim Bagshaw, and forge a brand new entity named Serpentine Path."



"All eight of these tracks are effectively built to punish and dismay; to a man, they saddle largely dragging tempos with varying clusters of rumbling, downtuned riffs, then cap them with putrid, throat-rupturing growls intoning poems of utter despair. At most, Serpentine Path will refract a few weak rays of light off these desiccated song husks -- for example the momentary bell-like psychedelic reverberations of "Crotalus Horridus Horridus," fleeting lead guitar wails of "Obsoletion," and splash of psychedelic synthesizer effects for "Compendium of Suffering." But that's really the extent of Serpentine's mercy -- all else is unmitigated sonic abuse. Phew!"




"If this is their idea of a good time, just imagine what these old friends get up to (or, perhaps more appropriately, down to) when they're depressed! Then again, Serpentine Path's music is not targeted at listeners looking for a good time, but rather those seeking good company with which to delve into and expunge the strong negative emotions they share. As with most extreme death/doom albums verging on the funereal, this one requires a little patience, but the payoff is well worth it."

Eduardo Rivadavia




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Serpentine Path: Erebus (Vinyl 7 inch) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2012
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Serpentine Path
Erebus (Vinyl 7 inch)

Label: Parasitic   Origin: USA
Limited edition of only 500 copies. Featuring members of Unearthly Trance and Ramesses. As you listen to Serpentine Path, the light around you will become darker and you will start having visions of humanity's demise. Their music has been touched by the hand of evil its hard to put into words, but there is something very ancient about their sound. I almost feel like Serpentine Path are trying to communicate with an unknown force of darkness, and command it with their...


Serpentine Path: Self Titled (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2012
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Serpentine Path
Self Titled (CD)

Label: Relapse   Origin: USA
Though Unearthly Trance officially disbanded in July 2012, following five largely rewarding albums, the members of this Long Island trio actually had no intention of going their separate ways. Instead, they had already taken steps to partner with one-time Electric Wizard bassist and Ramesses guitarist Tim Bagshaw, and forge a brand new entity named Serpentine Path.


Serpentine Path: Self Titled (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
Price: $18.99
Released: 2012
Only 4 Left
In Stock
(Add-to-Cart)
Serpentine Path
Self Titled (Vinyl LP)

Label: Relapse   Origin: USA
Limited edition of only 500 copies on black vinyl. Though Unearthly Trance officially disbanded in July 2012, following five largely rewarding albums, the members of this Long Island trio actually had no intention of going their separate ways. Instead, they had already taken steps to partner with one-time Electric Wizard bassist and Ramesses guitarist Tim Bagshaw, and forge a brand new entity named Serpentine Path.


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