Mountainscape – ‘Iridescent’ Single Review

Mountainscape are a Post-Metal Instrumental group from Reading, UK .

Their new single ‘Iridescent‘ (with album of the same name) is out now on all streaming platforms!

The track floats in with subtle soundscaping and a light wandering guitar riff before the sledgehammer is dropped with the crunching main riff and thunderous drums.

Returning to an atmospheric and melancholic verse section, with rolling drums and meandering delayed guitar while a growing sense of suspense push toward a heavy riff driven climax.

With their two previous album releases, “Acceptance” (2021) followed by “Atoms Unfurling” (2022) the band have become established on the Progressive Rock scene, playing gigs in and around London, Reading and the rest of the UK

Their unique blend of Black-Metal, Doom and Post-Rock echoes shades of Long Distance calling, Russian circles, Caspian and Cult of Luna, though tend to surprise with intermittent ambience and sophisticated space building.

Their latest album release “Iridescent” was released Friday June 7th and is available on all streaming platforms.

The band describes their newest work as “Exploring further the pairing of dreamlike shoegaze with earth shattering heaviness, unexpected twists and a strong emphasis on memorable songwriting”

Posted by London Post-Rock





2 responses to “Mountainscape – ‘Iridescent’ Single Review”

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    Makar Homenko

    SupeR! Thank you! Wonderful track!

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    Makar Homenko

    This is just great! I discovered such a wonderful new group!

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