Matt Camirand, Joshua Wells, Stephen McBean, Amber Webber, Jeremy Schmidt,
之后同年接著出了一张EP[Druganaut],06年发了单曲Voices b/w Stormy High等,07年发行单曲Bastards of Light.
直到今年才发了第二张专辑 In The Future(在未来),就音乐来说,这盘专辑听起来懒洋洋的.而且专辑封面我很喜欢.很漂亮.
If this is the future, start growing out your facial hair now, because it looks like the blood-crazed Canadian hippies will inherit the Earth. Black Mountain are four men and a maiden from Vancouver, reveling in psychedelic prog metal with all the Seventies flourishes. In stoner-detention epics like "Wucan" and "Queens Will Play," they bring metal guitars, multipart song structures, temples-of-Syrinx poetry and vintage synths that sound like they were beamed in from some lost Argent or ELP session. Black Mountain's 2005 debut made them a hit with budding viking warriors everywhere, but In the Future has an even bigger kick, with a surprising blues edge and Amber Webber's vocals adding a touch of Sandy Denny to the battle-of-Evermore vibe. It definitely says something for Black Mountain's achievements that the two best moments here are also the weightiest — the eight-minute "Tyrants" and the sixteen-minute "Bright Lights."
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1. Stormy High
5. Stay Free
6. Queens Will Play
7. Evil Ways
8. Wild Wind
9. Bright Lights
10. Night Walks