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Low Tide

by Morosity

Touches of eastern psychedelic to heavy western rock. A collection of dark songs that are musically eclectic yet sonically cohesive.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mind over Matter
2:11 $1.50
2. The Answer
4:45 $1.50
3. Ouroboros
3:31 $1.50
4. Moon
4:46 $1.50
5. Smoke and Mirrors
5:19 $1.50
6. Death Grip
4:11 $1.50
7. Limbo
4:33 $1.50
8. Low Tide
4:48 $1.50
9. Adrift
5:10 $1.50
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Album Notes
Fun fact: the number one track on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Chart when I was born was by Days of the New, the acoustic grunge act who always sounded like outsiders in a dark, unfeeling rural community from the Deep South or out on the Western frontier. Morosity lists Days of the New as one of their primary influences, possibly due to their shared love of acoustic guitars and deep psychological torment, but LOW TIDE shows a far more ambitious and cinematic side, more on par with Porcupine Tree or some of Opeth’s softer material. It’s an album of pure misery and destructive, violent imagery paired with gorgeous violins and anguished, harrowing vocals that would have killed in the ‘90s. For only nine songs, it’s a dense and dynamic experience anchored by a perfect grasp of agony, loneliness, and unhinged obsession out of some horrific tale in the Wild West or ancient mythology. If you want the soundtrack to Tantalus’s torturous existence, you can find such a thing here.

- Blake Michelle
Crossfader Magazine



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