9 thoughts on “ Celebrate The Pyre - Poison The Well - The Tropic Rot (CD, Album)

  1. Sep 17,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Poison The Well - The Tropic Rot at Discogs. Complete your Poison The Well collection/5(58).
  2. Jul 06,  · Check out The Tropic Rot by Poison The Well on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on bunsrycetisula.contwinkevbderlogptanvidensauculmody.co Celebrate The Pyre. Celebrate The Pyre. poison the well). This album is just fantastic. The progressive sound of versions meets the heavy rythms and epic clean choruses of all their previous records. Its got that /5(19).
  3. Nov 30,  · Check out The Tropic Rot [Deluxe Edition] by Poison The Well on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on bunsrycetisula.contwinkevbderlogptanvidensauculmody.co (near the end of the record) that are almost completely brutal, and rip pretty much from start to finish. "Celebrate The Pyre," for example, is one blistering song that, with its buzzsaw riff and /5(19).
  4. Tracks like "Cinema" and "Celebrate the Pyre" follow a similar balanced formula, but the true treasures of The Tropic Rot come with the band's more mellow experiments. Amidst a constantly driving backbone of drumming, "Pamplemousse" delves into a tranquil passage of layered guitars and strong singing.
  5. After exploring elements of country music during 's Versions, Poison the Well revisit the lean machinations of hardcore punk with Tropic Rot. Gone are the mandolins, banjos, and acoustic guitars that added relief to the band's pummeling assault.7/
  6. The Tropic Rot ventures into familiar/Versions territory on "Cinema," "Antarctica Inside Me" and "Celebrate The Pyre," which make use of the band's hardcore ability to turn out heavy, fast melody.
  7. Jul 07,  · The Tropic Rot Poison the Well. Celebrate the Pyre Lyrics. 9. Are You Anywhere? Album Credits. Producers Steve Evetts. Writers Poison the Well. Bass Guitar Bradley Grace.
  8. The Tropic Rot is the fifth (and thus far final) studio album by American hardcore punk band Poison the Well. The album was released on July 7, through Ferret Music. The album was originally intended to be produced by J. Robbins, however due to a family emergency he had to be replaced by Steve Evetts. The Tropic Rot received positive reviews and peaked at number on the Billboard
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