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The Quiet Hours Digipack CD

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Praise for The Quiet Hours already includes:
"I'd give anything for that guitar sound" Adam Walton BBC Radio

"The Quiet Hours is an exciting album for you to immerse yourself with. Highly Recommended" Sludgelord

"The vocals know how to be fragile without being neither weak nor whining. In the same way the instruments that know how to be powerful without taking up all the space. Rather, it is the band as a whole that manages to roar together and fill the space it has reserved." Les Immortels

Brief Bio:
Following on from their highly praised debut studio album Crooked Heart, Recluse have embarked on promoting their new album The Quiet Hours throughout 2015. Progressing from the darkly lyrical "slow burning, chunky, bluesy, riff-fest" (Metal Talk) of their debut album Crooked Heart, Recluse reconvened in the winter of 2014 to record The Quiet Hours with Doom guru Chi Lameo (Spider Kitten) at his own Pentastar Studios. Expanding on their sound, The Quiet Hours is a darker, heavier and more complex album than it's predecessor that more suitably captures the heavy groove of the band's live act.

The album seamlessly blends the moody, acoustic-driven calmness of songs such as 'Bury Us Separately' with the driving heaviness of tracks such as 'Machine's Way' and 'Soothe'.