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
1. Bastards Of Light
2. Thirteen Walls
3. Black Cat