A decade on from the original release, Somewhere Along The Highway is being reissued in full, double LP style. Widely accepted as Cult Of Luna’s defining work, it sits comfortably on the pantheon of great avant-rock albums. Packed in a gatefold sleeve with a booklet that features new photos and liner-notes. On Earache.
Double LP £18.99 5055006534436
Gatefold reissue 2LP on Earache.
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9/10 gbar Customer review, 6th March 2017
I thought Cult of Luna's album Salvation couldn't be topped. When I got into Salvation, I was convinced for a long time that it was one of the pinnacles of the genre they play. Atmospheric, sludgy progressive...metal. This style is becoming more and more prominent in the metal scene these days, with Neurosis having spearheaded it years ago, and ISIS taking up the helm later on. Cult of Luna not only is able to keep up on adding their own style to this genre, they are able to perform it admirably. Somewhere Along The Highway is no different. While it took me several weeks to fully digest, once I got it, I really got it. It sank in deep, like a movie you feel compelled to watch when a specific mood you feel needs to be accentuated. It sank in to my head and body like those rare albums do where it almost feels as if it is a part of you in some inexplicable way. As if you possibly could create something similar in another time and place.
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