℗ 2016 Broken Limbs Recordings
 

Wode

WODE

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1
Death's Edifice
WODE
8:36
2
Trails of Smoke
WODE
5:09
3
Cloaked in Ruin
WODE
9:40
4
Spectral Sun
WODE
6:58
5
Plagues of Insomnia
WODE
8:48
6
Black Belief
WODE
8:36
Total Playing Time    47:47
Featuring six extended tracks of apocalyptic black metal, this debut self-titled album from Manchester's Wode was released in 2016 and was the band's first output since a demo cassette in 2011. The record unleashes five years of outstanding potential, finding the group on deadly form, wielding enough surprises to suggest that its work in service to the counter-cosmos is far from done. Wode's singular and thrilling approach to black metal and the quality and thoughtfulness poured into every track earned the band stage time alongside heavyweights like Liturgy, Tombs and Black Anvil.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Broken Limbs Recordings Studio Masters

Recorded and mixed by Jason Sanderson
Additional recording by Karl Sveinsson
Mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege
Cover painting by Zdzisław Beksiński (used under licence from Muzeum Historyczne w Sanoku)

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