Seidr - Ginnungagap 2CD is now available!
The wait is finally over and we are proud to unleash upon the cosmos, the 2nd full-length offering from Seidr, "Ginnungagap". this 2CD set is encased in an eco-friendly digipak with a lyric insert.
With an organic and dense sound field captured by the band and further realized/mixed/mastered by Colin Marston, Ginnungagap is an endlessly deep well of sound textures that sculpt these songs with reverence and envelope them with waves of sincerity. With hearty contributions to this album by Chet Scott (Blood of the Black Owl/Cycle of the Raven Talons), Jack Hannert (Kolga/Giant Kind) and Kyle (Lake of Blood), Ginnungagap is a product of close friends and spiritual family coming together to create one of the best albums you will hear in 2013, if not in recent memory and Bindrune is thankful to bring this labor of love home to all of you.
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**ALL Pre-Orders, other than the few that rolled in on Saturday and Sunday, have shipped. The rest go to the PO on Monday. Thanks to all who took advantage of the free patch pre-order deal!** http://eihwazrecordings.com/distro/inde ... ts_id=1323
Stay tuned! Seidr - "The Pillars of Creation" 2 color T-shirt design is coming soon!
To hear Ginnungagap in its entirety, our friends at The Gauntlet were kind enough to stream the release here: http://www.thegauntlet.com/music/259/Se ... full-album
"each moment of motion reveals that there's a ghost clearly in this machine, some engrained idiosyncrasy tearing the track apart from the inside. The rhythm slides wildly against the riff, and ghoulish harmonies conjure an outward, near-astral projection." -Pitchfork
"The songwriting is simultaneously more ambitious and focused, with a strong sense of travel and change throughout the album. This is a vital quality for a band writing songs as long as 25 minutes (!!!) long, and Seidr shows an excellent sense for reining in these massive tracks with only the most essential riffs and constant variation from ominous dirges, triumphant ascents from the darkness, cold and unearthly electronics, and even a rousing, beautiful folk track." -Worm Gear Zine http://bindrunerecordings.com