27 February 2012

Oh, Ye Great Mysterious Shepherd of Waves

Ahab (Germany)
The Call of the Wretched Sea
September 29, 2006

Okay, so this really should have been my very first post for this blog. As far as I'm concerned, Ahab is on a whole different ship when it comes to music. Their debut, The Call of the Wretched Sea is an absolute behemoth that needs to be heard by absolutely everyone. I cannot overstate this. Majestic nautical funeral dooooom of the most crushing magnitude, all based on Charles Dickens' classic Moby Dick. You just can't beat this kind of class. Once in a very long while you find a band that perfectly encapsulates the very idea of 'awesome' in the most literal sense. The weight of all the oceans in the world is felt within these seven magnificent and elegantly written tunes. Delicately submerged ghostly whale songs whistle eerily calm odes to all that has been before and all that will ever remain amidst the blackest deepest canyons of the seas, never before charted by any man. Discover new depths of awareness, sunken treasures await you. Monolithic slabs of eternal enchantment, older than time, deceptively beautiful in a realm easily mistaken for otherworldy. This is doom metal royalty, pay your respects and listen to this masterpiece below.

Below The Sun by Ahab on Grooveshark
The pacific by Ahab on Grooveshark
Old Thunder by Ahab on Grooveshark
Of The Monstrous Pictures Of Whales by Ahab on Grooveshark
The Sermon by Ahab on Grooveshark
The Hunt by Ahab on Grooveshark
Ahab's Oath by Ahab on Grooveshark

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