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    Agalloch was an American metal band formed in Portland, Oregon, United States in 1995. On May 13th, 2016, Agalloch announced their disbandment. John Haughm released the following statement regarding the status of Agalloch:

    "After being inundated by a barrage of responses, I feel that I should clarify some things. I take full responsibility for the decision to part ways with the other guys. It was difficult, well thought-out, and something that had been culminating over the past couple of years. I simply could not continue any further with the band as it was. I had to make a change as my motivation and inspiration had started to completely deteriorate. Whether this is the permanent end of Agalloch altogether or a possible fresh start, I don't know. I probably won't know for awhile. The band has simply been reduced back to its founding, visionary member for the first time in 20 years. Beyond that, the future is unknown."

    For twenty years the Pacific Northwest group defined what it means to combine influences from a variety of musical genres into one brooding, colossal, and cinematic sound that provides the soundtrack to existential themes concerning man, nature, loss, and death.

    After two demo releases in the late 90s the band released three full-length albums: Pale Folklore (1999), The Mantle (2002), and Ashes Against the Grain (2006). “The Mantle” has since been heralded as a classic for having been one of the first albums to combine elements from , , , , and music. The influence of this record can be heard in many so-called “” bands today.

    In 2008 Agalloch began re-releasing their demos, B-sides, and EPs under their own Dammerung Arthouse label. In 2010 their fourth album Marrow of the Spirit made number one on numerous critic’s top ten lists. In between each of these full-lengths the band pushed on the flexible boundaries they had developed around themselves through a series of EPs that found the band experimenting with post-rock/instrumental rock (The Grey, 2004), neo-folk/psychedelic folk (“The White EP, 2008) and a mammoth twenty-minute epic work entitled Faustian Echoes (2012) released through Dammerung Arts. Their fifth and last full-length album The Serpent & the Sphere (2014) has continued to earn praise for solidifying the now identifiable sound of the band.

    Agalloch earned a reputation for explosive and emotional live performances. They sold out tours across Europe and the US and played a variety of major international festivals including: Roadburn, Inferno, Ragnarok, Tomahawk, Noctis, Asymmetry Fest, Maryland Deathfest, Scion Fest and others. The band took special care constructing the environment of each and every show with wood, incense, and imagery taken directly from their home in the Northwest. Such care made an Agalloch show more than just a typical concert.

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    Agalloch - Discogs
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    Agalloch - Official Site
    Agalloch - RateYourMusic
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    Studio albums:
    1999 - Pale Folklore
    2002 - The Mantle
    2006 - Ashes Against the Grain
    2010 - Marrow of the Spirit
    2014 - The Serpent & the Sphere

    1997 - From Which of This Oak (demo)
    1998 - Promo 1998 (demo)
    2001 - Of Stone, Wind and Pillor
    2003 - Tomorrow Will Never Come
    2004 - The Grey EP
    2004 - Agalloch / Nest (split with Nest)
    2008 - The White EP
    2012 - Faustian Echoes

    2008 - The Demonstration Archive 1996-1998
    2010 - The Compendium Archive

    2004 - A Fragment (Second Phase)
    2010 - Nebelmeer (split with Mathias Grassow)
    2010 - Fragment 4
    2010 - Scars of the Shattered Sky
    2010 - Where Shade Once Was
    2011 - The Death of Man III
    2011 - The Wolves of Timberline
    2013 - Nihil Totem
    2013 - The Weight of Darkness
    2014 - Alpha Serpentis (Unukalhai)

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