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Ephemeral

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Embedding the Moss
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Ephemeral
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03
Geometry of Murder
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Total Tracks: 3   Total Length: 20:44

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Ephemeral

Vassilis

The second track is sick.

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Thick and Clean

EMUSIC-0032F299

They have returned to the Australasia style they had. Great production, thick heavy clean riffs.....and of course The Geometry of Murder cover is awesome. Only Pelican could do it justice.

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Great Ep

Thedave

Typical Pelican, straight up heavy. Great cover of Earth's Geometry of Murder too.

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GIGANTIC

chariegotit

These 3 songs mark a return to form for Pelican. Dense, cinematic and huuuge guitar tones. The cover of the Earth tune"Geometry of Murder" only improves upon the original due to it's sonic boom and by the fact that Earth's Dylan Carlson plays on it.

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The Power

KingReef

I listen to so many forms of music, but I don't forget the need for raw power at times. Pelican jams. It gave me that aggressive sound for when I need to hear it.

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