Ocrilim: Anoint

Ocrilim SKU: 11479604
Ocrilim: Anoint

Ocrilim: Anoint

Ocrilim SKU: 11479604

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $22.98

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Title: Anoint
Artist: Ocrilim
Label: I and Ear Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 874626000818
Genre: Rock

The latest project from legendary guitarist Mick Barr. Admirers of his previous work with Orthrelm, Octic, and Crom Tech will recognize his unmistakable sound, a virtuosic welding of metal-guitar expertise with influences as diverse as late-era Coltrane and Master Musicians of Joujouka. Though still seriously heavy, the songs on "Anoint" have a more deliberate compositional component. Themes and variations recur throughout the album, giving the complexity of Mick's guitar work a new level of harmonic depth, like an extended suite of string duos. The record ends up sounding like the improbable, awesome child of Beethoven, black metal, and drone-pioneer Giacinto Scelsi. "Barr's bionic guitar work is the furthest extreme yet in the ongoing cyber metal sweepstakes of the past decade" - San Francisco Bay Guardian.

1.1 [Untitled Track]
1.2 [Untitled Track]
1.3 [Untitled Track]
1.4 [Untitled Track]
1.5 [Untitled Track]
1.6 [Untitled Track]
1.7 [Untitled Track]
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