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Fall of Efrafa are from brighton, uk. They mix elements of epic post rock,
post metal and modern d beat hardcore - taking influence from bands such as
Neurosis, Remains of the Day, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, His Hero Is Gone, etc.
The name refers to an element from the book Watership Down, in which Efrafa
is a fascist state ruled over by a dictatorship. The band uses "efrafa" to
represent the reign of man over this planet, Owsla (the name of the band's debut album)
representing the natural world. The band is a concept project, based not only around
the watership down mythos, but also on their strong atheist/vegan principles.
They plan to release a trilogy of records known collectively as
"The Warren of Snares": Owsla(guardian), Elil (enemy), and lastly Inle (death).
The latest installment is Elil, a three song, 65 minute album.
The band have received a lot of praise for their music, both for the concept surrounding
the band and the music itself, although fans of their first record "owsla"
(which was a typical modern crust sound) have sometimes not appreciated the bands move
to a more progressive less obvious"crust" sound. The band are still staunchly political
and diy, but with the advent of their second album, began to incorporate lengthy post rock
and avante garde metal passages. Although they have completed various tours and shows,
They rarely play live, spending most of their time writing and recording.