This is a review of another recording from Lonesummer which continues their hybrid sound of raw black metal, experimental and shoegaze with the album being called "There Are Few Tomorrows For Feeding Our Worries" which was released by Music Ruins Lives.
"I Hope You Miss Me Now, Because I Want You To Know How Much It Hurts" begins with some clean guitar playing and spoken word parts which in return leads to some background sounds and post rock elements kicking in and a minute later drum programming and heavy guitar riffs start making their presence known along with some melodic leads.
"Worries And Weariness" begins with some heavy post metal guitar riffs and drums which leads to some melodic parts getting mixed in while keeping around the heaviness and towards the end you can hear some guitar leads.
"Tobacco, Gin, and Bile" begins with some clean guitar playing and spoken word samples along which nature sounds in the background which leads up to some melodic clean singing.
"Ghost Stories" begins with some fast and primitive black metal guitar riffs, programmed drum beats and depressive screams and cries and after awhile it starts slowing down a bit.
"All My Bitterness Is Regret" begins with some melodic clean guitar playing and experimental sound effects along with some distorted background guitar noises.
'The Sweetest Of The Sweetest Dreams" begins with some clean post rock guitar riffing and drum programming which in return leads to some melodic clean singing and after awhile it gets faster and mixes in some black metal elements in the riffing.
"To Make Things Good Again" begins with some clean guitar playing before the drum programming and melodic guitar leads make their way into the song as well as some high pitched black metal screams along with some heavy guitar rhythms.
"There Are Few Tomorrows For Feeding Our Worries" begins with some soft acoustic guitar playing and after awhile it mixes in some melodic and distorted post rock elements and this song serves as an instrumental along with some drum programming making its way in the mix towards the end.
"You're Ash To Me" begins with programmed drum beats and heavy guitar riffs and after awhile high pitched depressive black metal screams make their presence known as well as some melodic elements being thrown into the guitars as well as some shoegaze style lead guitars.
'Dream Me Free" begins with some experimental sounding synths which in return leads to some melodic clean singing and after awhile their are some folk instruments being thrown into the mix.
"Clouded Eyes and Candlelights" begins with a spoken word part before heading into programmed drums and black metal guitar riffs which in return brings in some high pitched depressive screams and the song also mixes in primitive elements.
"Despair Will Hold A Place In My Heart, a Bigger One Than You Do" begins with some clean guitar playing along with some background sound effects.
"For Just One Warm Day" begins with some clean shoegaze style guitar playing along with some drum programming kicking in after awhile along with some accordians and after awhile you can hear some heavy guitar riffing and shoegaze style guitar leads.
Song lyrics cover family, loneliness and death, while the production has a very dark, raw and primitive sound to it.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Lonesummer and if you are a fan of black metal, experimental and shoegaze, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Ghost Stories" "To Make Things Good Again" "You're Ash To Me" and "Clouded Eyes and Candlelights". RECOMMENDED BUY.