The Anatomy Of – Ancestors

I can't rightfully convey to you how excited I am to be running this post; Ancestors are one of my all time favorite bands. And boy did Ancestors deliver; their upcoming Suspended in Reflections is amazing. But we'll take more about that album later, since my review is going live today. While you wait for that, we have a very special and unique The Anatomy Of post for you. It happens to feature one of my other all time favorite albums and a bunch of other amazing picks straight from the mouth of Justin Maranga, the guitarist and vocalist for the band (one of them, at least). So head on over to the jump to get acquainted with what makes one of the best progressive doom bands tick and, for the love of god, listen to Ancestors.

Anatomy Of – Soldat Hans

Looking at the influences that made Soldat Hans happen sheds a bit more light on where the band members come from when approaching these issues; many of the acts listed below tap into this same desire to feel, face and excise such emotions in a healthy and productive way. Especially noteworthy is the wide range of artists presented below. Most of them have some melancholic or even depressive edge but they take different approaches in expressing these edges. Thus, we get a glance into how a diverse sound such as Soldat Hans was forged and the many places in other music from which it came. Enjoy and don't forget to spin Es Taut when you feel up to it; it's a ride you should experience at least once.