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Giant Squid - Metridium Fields


2Eating Machine0:55
3Megaptera In The Delta0:50
4Revolution In The Water5:32
5Versus The Siren9:24
6Metridium Field21:09
7Ampullae Of Lorenzini9:16


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
trecs6Giant Squid Metridium Field ‎(CD, Album)Tyrannosaurus Recordstrecs6US2004
TE076Giant Squid Metridium Fields ‎(CD, RP, Dig)The End RecordsTE076US2012
TE076Giant Squid Metridium Fields ‎(CD, Album)The End RecordsTE076US2006


  • Artwork [Uncredited; "Watson And The Shark"]John Singleton Copley
  • EngineerBilly Anderson
  • ProducerJason Rufuss Sewell


This promotional version of the album is written "Giant Squid", "Metridium Fields", "Promotional Use Only" and "Not For Sale" on the cover artwork, unlike the retail release. Jewel Case.


  • Barcode (Black bar over barcode, written "This Is A Promo"): 654436007623


Metridium Fields by GIANT SQUID, released 24 August 2006 1. Megaptera in the Delta 2. Neonate 3. Versus the Siren 4. Ampullae of Lorenzini 5. Summit 6. Eating Machine 7. Revolution in the Water 8. Metridium Field Giant Squid's debut to the world via The End Records. Metridium Fields was engineered by Billy Anderson Neurosis, High On Fire, Mr. Bungle, Sleep and mixedproduced by Jason Rufus Sewell in Austin, TX. all life's birth, Revolution, In the water, Untold treasures, Lay hidden inside bodies left plunging, A black hell awaiting, Don't swim through the water here, Don't feed from the food found here, What floats above all men must fear. Metridium Fields - Giant Squid. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Metridium Fields is the major label debut by San Francisco-based doom metal outfit Giant Squid. It is a re-recorded version of their album Metridium Field, which was released independently by the band two years earlier. The band's original debut album, Metridium Field was self-released in 2004, and after signing with The End Records in 2005, the band decided to remaster the album for its world-wide release. Upon finding the original master tracks had become unusable, Giant Squid re-recorded the entire. Album 2006 8 Songs. Metridium Fields. Giant Squid. For their debut album, California-to-Texas migrants Giant Squid did something that more groups should, perhaps, do - they not only released it twice, but recorded it twice. Having first put out Metridium Fields on their own, the bandmembers got back together with engineer Billy Anderson to redo it entirely for their initial release on The End Records. Metridium Fields was originally released on Tyrannosaurus Records in 2004 as Metridium Field singular. The 2006 version on The End was re-recorded by a slightly altered Giant Squid lineup and a different producer. The band first referred to the 2006 version in plural and wanted to release it as such. However, the spine of this version omits the s due to a typo. The disc itself retains the plural. According to the band, the plural title remains the official one and they have come to collectively refer to both the 2004 and 2006 releases as Metridium Fields. Also distributed by The. Metridium Fields, 2006. Megaptera In the Delta, 00:50. Neonate, 06:39. Versus the Siren, 09:24. Ampullae of Lorenzini, 09:16. Summit, 06:39. Eating Machine, 00:55. Giant Squid is a band that has been emerging in the metal scene as of late, and after a generally well received EP in 2011 and the success of The Ichthyologist, I figured a review for their first work, Metridium Fields a re-release anyways was in order. In a nutshell, this album is varied, unique, and surprisingly good. The final track off of Giant Squid's major label debut, Metridium Field. I own no rights to this song or any associated property, just love it more . Whose ass do I kick for having never introduced me to Giant Squid Cause with all due respect to Mr. Vince Neilsteins newfound love of Sikth, last night I discovered Metridium Fields, Giant Squids 2006 debut for The End. And this shit is the real deal Kool Aid. Im not even sure how to describe the bands music. Male vocalist Aaron Gregory sure sounds an awful lot like Serj Tankian, but Giant Squid are no SOAD wanna-bes the music is slow, but Id hesitate to call it doomy or even moody theres definitely some prog elements, but not in a super-dorky Dream Theater kinda way and if


Giant Squid - Metridium Fields

Performer: Giant Squid

Title: Metridium Fields

Country: US

Release date: 2005

Label: The End Records

Style: Symphonic Rock

Catalog: TE076

Genre: Electronic / Rock / Audio Files

Size MP3: 2234 mb

Size FLAC: 1008 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 761

Record source: CD, Album, Promo

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