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Yellow & Green

by Baroness

Yellow & Green by Baroness

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Yellow & Green

by Baroness

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Label: Relapse Records
Tasteful, mature and simultaneously exploratory and accessible, Baroness' longest, most ambitious, least metal album is quite the Rorschach test: Whether you mainly hear classic rock, rural prog, indie folk, alt-grunge, psych or emo in its cascading wide-screen structures and unabashed growl-free harmonies could say a lot about you. The defiantly unhistrionic emotion isn't immune to whine or gut-bust, and there's a fine line between beautiful and boring. But sublime wistfulness and heavy sections sprout naturally; "Cocainium" grabs hold right away, and the rest might keep unfolding for years.

About This Album

Tasteful, mature and simultaneously exploratory and accessible, Baroness' longest, most ambitious, least metal album is quite the Rorschach test: Whether you mainly hear classic rock, rural prog, indie folk, alt-grunge, psych or emo in its cascading wide-screen structures and unabashed growl-free harmonies could say a lot about you. The defiantly unhistrionic emotion isn't immune to whine or gut-bust, and there's a fine line between beautiful and boring. But sublime wistfulness and heavy sections sprout naturally; "Cocainium" grabs hold right away, and the rest might keep unfolding for years.

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About This Album

Tasteful, mature and simultaneously exploratory and accessible, Baroness' longest, most ambitious, least metal album is quite the Rorschach test: Whether you mainly hear classic rock, rural prog, indie folk, alt-grunge, psych or emo in its cascading wide-screen structures and unabashed growl-free harmonies could say a lot about you. The defiantly unhistrionic emotion isn't immune to whine or gut-bust, and there's a fine line between beautiful and boring. But sublime wistfulness and heavy sections sprout naturally; "Cocainium" grabs hold right away, and the rest might keep unfolding for years.