10 Songs, 1 Hour

EDITORS’ NOTES

Indiana trio Cloakroom have perfected a style that sits at the intersection of doom metal, shoegaze, and classic emo, resulting in music that feels like looking at a breathtaking night sky only to get annihilated by a meteor. Their sophomore album sees them sharpening their sound while keeping it nice and blurry; "Concrete Gallery" juxtaposes a lurching classic-rock groove with twinkling guitar effects, while the gorgeous acoustic strumming of “The Sun Won’t Let Us Go” is as pastoral as it is desolate.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Indiana trio Cloakroom have perfected a style that sits at the intersection of doom metal, shoegaze, and classic emo, resulting in music that feels like looking at a breathtaking night sky only to get annihilated by a meteor. Their sophomore album sees them sharpening their sound while keeping it nice and blurry; "Concrete Gallery" juxtaposes a lurching classic-rock groove with twinkling guitar effects, while the gorgeous acoustic strumming of “The Sun Won’t Let Us Go” is as pastoral as it is desolate.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Psychlops' Raincloud ,

it's a BIG WORLD!

found these guys through a Relapse sampler...simply blown away by the majestic "Big World"...
seven songs in, I'm thinking, where is a chorus and keyboards to accompany
this swarm of sublime distortion? Question answered..."Time Well"

Caleb072345 ,

Shoegaze lives

Keep it that way

SPIKE.... ,

Very mellow

This band is very mellow and they write simple riffs. It's a bit depressing to listen to, but beautiful at the same time. Not a bad album, if you're in the mood to relax.

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