The debut album from this Norwegian band.
The band was a seven piece big band on this album with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars, keyboards and female vocals.
This band is new to me. The band is from Trondheim, a town/city in Norway (the third largest city in Norway) full of progressive rock bands.
I am therefore not surprised that another progressive rock band from Trondheim has released a self-released album.
The music is a mix of neo-prog, a bit ambience and a bit dream pop.
The band has female vocals too and a lot of guitars and piano.
The music is at times very pastoral and a bit ambient. It is a floating around in the room kind of music.
This fifty minutes long album has both a lot of interesting detail and also a lot of space where the tones is just breathing.
Auric Gloom is a great addition to the Norwegian scene and this album will surprise a lot of people.
This is a good album and the band can only get better from here.