Swan the seer

band. Personally, I am not one of their biggest fans as I determine myself more as a "rock n' roll" listener, but I certainly got very interested about Swans work. “The Seer took 30 years to make. It’s the culmination of every previous Swans album as well as any other music I’ve ever made, been involved in or imagined. But it’s unfinished, like the songs themselves. It’s one frame in a reel. The frames blur, blend and will eventually fade. The tracks on The Seer aren't songs but incantations, Former Swan Jarboe contributes, as do Karen O, and Ben Frost on my personal favorite credit, The Seer took 30 years to make. It’s the culmination of every previous Swans album as well as any other music I’ve ever made, been involved in or imagined. The Seer is a masterpiece to be considered alongside Swans’ best albums: 1984’s brutal Cop, the more nuanced Children of God (1987), the majestic White Light from The Seer took 30 years to make. It’s the culmination of every previous Swans album as well as any other music I’ve ever made, been involved in or imagined. 21/11/2012 · Swans - "The Seer" Pitchfork. Loading Unsubscribe from Pitchfork? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe 804K. Loading and was released on August 28, 2012 by Gira's own record label Young God  in length. Frontman Michael Gira described the album as taking "30 years to  Noise has never been as much of a concern in Swans' music as pure dissonance; of the way certain combinations of notes literally cause the air to vibrate more violently than others. At its most chaotic, like the climax of "The Seer", the band doesn't just sound aggressive, it sounds like it's bursting apart.