Monday, September 14, 2020

Episode 147: Drouth

Here is Dreams of Consciousness Podcast Episode 146, featuring an interview with Patrick Fiorentino of Drouth.

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Since forming as Contempt, Portland's Drouth has always included elements of doom and crusty hardcore in their blasting style. Unlike the atmospheric and indie-inflected black metal that the Pacific Northwest has become known for, the band rarely lets its songs stray too far into "blackgaze" territory.

I spoke with Drouth's drummer Patrick Fiorentino about the band's history, their latest album Excerpts From a Dread Liturgy, and their recent line-up changes. We also discussed the video created for "An Apiarist" with Papacy's Brendan McGowan.

My thanks to Patrick for speaking with me, and to you for listening.

Music In This Episode:

"A Shrine of Severed Tongues"
"The Disquieting Muses"
taken from the album Knives, Labyrinths, Mirrors

"A Crown of Asphodel "
"An Apiarist"
taken from the album Excerpts From a Dread Liturgy

Drouth on Facebook

Drouth on Bandcamp

Drouth on Instagram

Excerpts From a Dread Liturgy on vinyl (through Translation Loss)

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