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Fall Of Efrafa - Inlé - 2009 (UK)

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    Track List:

    01. Simulacrum
    02. Fu Inlé
    03. Republic Of Heaven
    04. Woundwort
    05. The Sky Suspended
    06. The Warren Of Snares


    Release Date : 2009

    Heavy gatefold cover printed on brown cardboard. Limited to 1400 copies on black out of a total of 2000 for this pressing. Pressed by GZ Vinyl. Produced in July 2009.The Burial is a track listed on the back cover but is not present on the vinyl version.Catalogue numbers are from each label website.

    Fall Of Efrafa Biography

    Post Hardcore/Crust band from Brighton, UK. Active from 2005 to 2009.
    The band's name and all lyrics & subject matter were directly inspired by the novel Watership Down, with each album's title being a different word in the 'Lapine' language of the book.

    Band members: George Miles, Neil Kingsbury, Alex Bradshaw, Michael Douglas (3), Steven McCusker

    Fall of Efrafa was a concept band formed in Brighton, United Kingdom, in 2005. It started life as a cello-driven crust band, yet after various line-up changes, they focused on creating their own sound, mixing elements of post-metal, sludge, crust and post-rock, taking influence from bands such as Neurosis, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Agalloch and Buried Inside. They described their music as heavy atmospheric post-hardcore.

    The concept was based loosely around their own interpretation of the mythology in the novel Watership Down by Richard Adams. The band created a trilogy of records known collectively as "The Warren of Snares": Owsla (guardian), Elil (enemy), and Inlé (death). The narrative behind the lyrics followed a society on the brink of social collapse, under a theocratic rule. An uprising occurs in the face of a greater enemy. Characters from the book, and the make-believe language known as 'lapine', were included in both the artwork and lyrics.

    The band received a lot of praise for their music, both for the concept surrounding the band - a mix of mythological language and imagery amidst anti-religious, animal rights ideologies - and the music itself, although fans are often divided, when pigeon-holing their sound.

    The band was staunchly DIY, but managed to sidestep specific labels by incorporating a mixture of disparate post-rock and sludge/doom passages with crust punk influences. By doing this, they are considered pioneers of the neocrust sub-genre, having expanded upon the sound of their forerunners, Tragedy. Although they completed various tours and shows, they rarely played live, instead spending most of their time writing and recording. They played their final show in Brighton, on December 5th, 2009.

    Members have gone on to form other projects - Neil formed Blackstorm, a heavy rock and roll metal band; George formed an instrumental post-rock project with his brother called Movement of Leaves; Mikey joined the Austrian hardcore punk band BØREDØM; and Alex started Light Bearer, a conceptual post-metal band, Anopheli, an emocrust band, Carnist, a DIY hardcore punk band, Momentum a crust band, Morrow another crust band and Archivist, a Post-Black Metal/Sludge band.

    Neil Kingsbury - guitar
    Steven McCusker - guitar
    Mikey Douglas - bass
    George Miles - drums
    Alex CF - vocals and lyrics

    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

    Label - Alerta Antifascista

    Alerta Antifascista Records is a label, distribution, mailorder, and booking agency for loud and heavy music based in Hannover, Germany.
    The label offers many sub-genres of punk, hardcore and metal and adopts an anti-fascism attitude.
    Formerly knowned as l80105.