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Kylesa - Ultraviolet Album

Kylesa - Ultraviolet Album
Heavy Metal
MP3 album size:
1970 mb
FLAC album size:
2181 mb
Season Of Mist


1Low Tide3:35
2What Does It Take2:04
4Vulture's Landing3:15
5Long Gone3:26
7Steady Breakdown4:48
8We're Taking This2:41


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SOM 275Kylesa Ultraviolet ‎(CD, Album)Season Of MistSOM 275US2013
SOM 275TKylesa Ultraviolet ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd, Yel)Season Of MistSOM 275TFrance2015
SOM 275LPKylesa Ultraviolet ‎(LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl, Red)Season Of MistSOM 275LPUS2013
SOM 275LPKylesa Ultraviolet ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Yel)Season Of MistSOM 275LPFrance2013
SOM 275LPKylesa Ultraviolet ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Spl)Season Of MistSOM 275LP2013


15 copies made. Test pressing with white label on black vinyl.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 106429E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 106429E2/A


Ultraviolet is the sixth full-length studio album by American sludge metal group, Kylesa. It is also the group's third album to be released through Season of Mist. Writing for Ultraviolet was done periodically throughout the span of two years, unlike previous albums which were written and recorded during shorter periods of time. In an interview with Echoes And Dust, Philip Cope stated it was the first time he played the theremin a lot for an album, as well as incorporating instruments such as. Ultraviolet by Kylesa, released 12 February 2015 1. Exhale 2. Unspoken 3. Grounded 4. We're Taking This 5. Long Gone 6. What Does it Take 7. Steady Breakdown 8. Low Tide 9. Vulture's Landing 10. Quicksand 11. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. USD or more. Ultraviolet LP - Gold. RecordVinyl Digital Album. Gold Vinyl, 300 worldwide Includes unlimited streaming of Ultraviolet via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 7 days. Listen free to Kylesa Ultraviolet Exhale, Unspoken and more. 11 tracks 38:51. The album's opening track, 'Exhale,' pulls you into the core of Kylesa immediately, waiving any sort of dramatic introduction in favor of representing their signature sound from the very first second. Kylesa's auditory swamp continues to lure the listener in further with the hypnotic and hauntingly beautiful 'Unspoken,' which oozes the essence of guitarist, vocalist Laura Pleasants as she trades vocal lines with an ominous harmonic chant. Beginning to wander through heavy metal territory, the band showcases an absolutely massiv. KYLESA present their new track, titled Unspoken off their new album, 'Ultraviolet'. Out now on Season of Mist. Directed by Brodie Rush and art by Tyson. Album 2013 11 Songs. More By Kylesa. See is the sixth full-length studio album by American sludge metal group, Kylesa. The album title Ultraviolet is a reference to reaching for the intangible, towards something we know is there, but cannot see. In an interview with eMusic, Cope explains, I wouldnt be doing what I do now if I wasnt reaching for something more - even if I dont know exactly what that is. Ultraviolet Q&A. With a sound that's not only spacy but spacious, Kylesa continue to push their sound into the stratosphere, opting for atmosphere where they once would have erected a monumental wall of murky guitars. While it would be easy to see this change as the band reining in their sound, it's probably more appropriate to say that they've tamed it so as to make better use of its monumental power rather than just letting it thrash about destroying things. Advanced search. Type: Full-length. Release date: May 28th, 2013. Catalog ID: SOM 275. Ultraviolet is an important album for Kylesa. Well, it was supposed to be anyway. Everything about the trajectory of their career seemed to suggest that their magnum opus was well on its way: 2009s Static Tensions found Kylesa going toe to toe with the giants of the sludgestoner metal scene in terms of pounding riffs 2010s Spiral Shadow had the band blazing a trail with their own sound and becoming indie darlings in the. process 2012s From the Vaults vol. 1 was a b-side and covers compilation that was far better than it had the right to be. Whatever would come next which happens to be Ul