Friday, February 22, 2013

Forbidden Records to Release Goatcraft's All for Naught on March 20th

Makers of Menace and Purveyors of Putridity Forbidden Records have set March 20, 2013 as the date on which GOATCRAFT's All for Naught will be released. Presented is a collection of Unforgettable Haunting Piano Instrumentals to Chill the Blood and Whip the Soul, composed soleGOATCRAFT member Lonegoat! The digital version of All for Naught will also be available from iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Rhapsody, etc. and other online retailers worldwide.

GOATCRAFT forged the genre of necroclassical, or dark neoclassical soundtracks that create an atmosphere of ageless beauty and melancholy violence. With All for NaughtGOATCRAFTexpands into lush soundscapes that explore the themes of dark and occult music without becoming repetitive. Comprised of equal parts dark ambient, horror movie soundtrack and death metal-inspired violent piano All For Naught is music for a new millennium. Elegant melodies rise from aggressive hammering piano, and then descend into moods of bleakness and conflict. If dark ambient could be aggressive, it would want to be GOATCRAFT.

Pre-order All for Naught at this location
Call Me Judas
Infinite Death
Goat Will Riot
Gate I
Isolation Ripens
Vestibule to the Abyss
Laconism of the Cosmos
Gate II
Everything Will Die
The Rape of Europa
Consciousness is a Disease

Emerging from collapse of underground music, GOATCRAFT began in defiance of musical trends. Underground music abandoned its tempestuous power to be absorbed by the obese monster of three-chord rock. GOATCRAFT combined the techniques of neoclassical and dark ambient with the savage attack of death metal and created a new genre. The result emerged slowly, like a fern uncurling in morning dew, but strengthened as GOATCRAFT opened gigs for underground metal bands across Texas. A keyboard attack to rival the sonic intensity of death metal, GOATCRAFT added layers of neoclassical piano and soundtrack-like dark ambient lush atmosphere. During the last two years, Lonegoat refined the concept by creating music in isolation overlooking the dark and churning waters of Texas rivers. As the concept of GOATCRAFT grew, more people showed up early to hear GOATCRAFT live and the legend spread. Now in a new year All for Naught shows GOATCRAFT in its most powerful form yet.

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