Mountainscape

We play instrumental post-metal. Blending elements of post-rock, black metal, doom, sludge and ambient in a filmscore inspired way.

Members

Dan Scrivener – Guitars
Ethan Bishop – Bass
James Scrivener – Drums

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Discography

Acceptance

Acceptance | Mountainscape (bandcamp.com)

1.Wilderness 09:33
2.Resurgence 06:12
3.Supernova 07:16
4.Visions 10:42
5.Acceptance 07:00
6.Lavawalker 07:48
7.The Otherside 04:57
8.Descent 11:02
about
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released February 26, 2021

Mountainscape is:

Dan Scrivener – Guitars
Ethan Bishop – Bass
James Scrivener – Drums

All music written by Dan Scrivener
Mixed and mastered by Ethan Bishop
Drums recorded at White House Studios
Guitars and Bass recorded at home studios by Dan and Ethan

Front and back cover photography by Stas Malykh
Band Photo by Tiff Sauvage
Layout by Joshua Swabey

‘Acceptance’ is a blend of dark cinematic post-metal that weaves together clean melancholic sections with memorable riffs and hypnotic climaxes. Drawing influence from ambient, film scores, black metal, sludge, doom and post-rock.

Buy: https://mountainscapeuk.bandcamp.com/…​
Genre: Post-Metal/Rock, Instrumental
Artist: Mountainscape
Album: Acceptance (February 26, 2021)
Country: Reading, UK
Follow Mountainscape
Post-Pedia profile: https://bit.ly/3dO1iet​
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mountainscap…​
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mountainsca…​
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0WoR1…

Resurgence

Resurgence | Mountainscape (bandcamp.com)

The first single from our upcoming album.
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released May 1, 2020
Dan Scrivener – Guitars
Ethan Bishop – Bass
James Scrivener – Drums

Mixed and Mastered by Ethan Bishop

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Music | Mountainscape (bandcamp.com)

Reviews

Mountainscape – Acceptance

23 de fevereiro de 2021 – In: Author: James,  M,  Ambient,  Soundtrack,  Instrumental,  Post rock/metal,  Post-black metal,  Doom/Sludge/Stoner/Psychedelic

Acceptance is a fusion of ambient, post-black metal, sludge, doom and post-rock. The album takes the listener on a journey, like a film score but without the visual aids. Despite not having that aid, a story is still told and a captivating one at that and all without the use of words. If you hadn’t guessed, this is an instrumental release and is easily one of the best I’ve heard this year. This is an impressively immersive piece of music that everyone should take the time to listen to.

Artist: Mountainscape

Album: Acceptance

Label: Trepanation Recordings

Release Date: 26/02/2021

Country: United Kingdom

Written by James Sweetlove

We take a look at Mountainscape and their debut full-length release Acceptance, set to be released on Friday 26th February on Trepanation Recordings, in partnership with Celestial Diadem PR.

The band hail from Reading, United Kingdom and formed back in 2019. They play a A The band is Dan Scrivener (guitars and song writing), Ethan Bishop (bass, mixing and mastering) and James Scrivener (drums). The stunning front and back cover photography are courtesy of Stas Malykh.

The album is intended to take the listener on a journey, like a score accompanying a film but without the visual aids to help get its point across. Despite not having that visual aid, a story is still told and a captivating one at that and all without the use of words. If you hadn’t guessed, this is an instrumental release and a fine one at that. It’s never easy for a band to get their point across completely without the use of words, but there are those that manage to do it and these are the standout acts in the instrumental genre. I should also add that the other key factor in making successful and memorable instrumental music is to keep it engaging. I love some good instrumental work but if it’s too repetitive it very quickly begins to feel stale and boring without the vocals to help mix it up. I am incredibly pleased to say that this album does not have to worry in the slight about that issue.

The guitar work on the release is fantastically varied and each style and influence is performed to utter perfection. We shift from crisp, clean and relaxing ambient or post-rock segments to menacing black metal tones and riffs and then to heavier doom/sludge inspired elements. We get some fantastic bass work in the mix too that also changes its style and tone as needed. At times we get thick and chunky basslines but at others it takes on more of a technical sort of tone adding additional twang to its overall sound and picking up energy and speed. The drum work on the album shifts just as frequently in style and energy to match and compliment whatever direction the guitar and bass work are driving the album in. All three elements work in perfect harmony on the release, almost moving like a single harmonious instrument. Once you hear the music on the release the album cover makes that much more sense, as it does inspire a sense of inspiration and awe and it does possess as sort of monumental quality.

Overall this is an impressively immersive piece of music and one that everyone should take the time to listen to. This is easily one of the best instrumental album I’ve heard so far this year and would be a great addition to anyone’s music library who happens to be a fan of this style of music. Listen to the first two tracks and get your pre-order in today.

Listen to and order the album below:

Bandcamp:

https://mountainscapeuk.bandcamp.com/album/acceptance

Youtube:
https://www.youtube.com/embed/84a3DdXn-iY

Mountainscape – Acceptance Review – reviews/post – Cave Dweller Music

Bright Trio from Reading, UK make an instrumental of post metal using melancholy textures of ambient, post-black metal, sludge, doom, progressive on a cinematic background.

“Acceptance” is their debut release, and contains eight tracks, immersive, intense, full of noisy, distorted, high-pitched, precise riffs, a low doom-style bass and a percussion in both times.

His melodies are long, well-structured, multifaceted, creative, complex, somber, creating an intense sound landscape marked by the brilliance of chords and arpeggios performed with an impressive performance mastery.

Its cadence is smooth and growing, effervescent, ecstatic, marked by an explosion of feelings that dilate your soul in full glimpse projected in oscillating arrangements that explore exquisite and refined scenarios external with an engaging and intoxicating resourcefulness.

Stupendous debut album, I recommend

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