℗ 2017 Translation Loss
 

Time & Withering (2017 Remaster)

Mouth Of The Architect

Available in 88.2 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC high-resolution audio formats

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1
A Vivid Chaos (Remastered)
Mouth Of The Architect
12:04
2
Soil to Stone (Remastered)
Mouth Of The Architect
11:22
3
Heart Eaters (Remastered)
Mouth Of The Architect
4:55
4
The Worm (Remastered)
Mouth Of The Architect
10:51
Total Playing Time    39:12
"The record itself is four 10+ minute stories that ebb and flow like ocean waves before, during and after a storm. The thing that is striking about the record in general is that the band plays as one continual moving force. There isn’t one out of the group that completely takes over the momentum, they move like mud sliding down the side of a mountain, and it is about as wonderful as it gets."
- Scene Point Blank

Mouth of the Architect has enjoyed cult status amongst fans of post-metal for over a decade and now, 13 years since its original release, the band's Time & Withering has been reissued, carefully remastered from the original tapes by engineer Chris Common, known for his work with the likes of Chelsea Wolfe and the Mars Volta.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Translation Loss Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 4 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 88.2 kHz / 24-bit

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