And so the final day of Bloodstock 2018 is upon us. But with another full day of blistering metal ahead, we hold our heads high and make our way to the arena one last time, confident that we’ll be doing it all again this time next year.
As someone that listens to a lot of music and knows a lot of bands, there are some I just miss. I know I have said this before, but it’s a plain truth: there are too many bands to keep up with, and definitely too many out there I want to check out, but just never get around to. Amorphis is another of those bands. I’ve heard the name plenty over the years and always intended on giving them a fair shake as what I had read about them sounded like it was likely my sort of thing. The only albums I have listened to in the recent past was 1996’s Elegy and 2009’s Skyforger.
The Seraphic Clockwork is another concept story surrounding a character name Tio a clockmaker in 16th century Rome, okay I know what you’re thinking, well don’t because I’m not explaining the whole concept because as progressive music itself, is complicated and intertwining