Harvestman is another solo project from Neurosis's Steve Von Till that plays a mixture of psychedelic, folk and drone and this is a review of his 2017 album "Music For Megaliths" which will be released in My by Neurot Recordings.
Acoustic guitars start off the album along with some atmospheric soundscapes which also gives the recording a neo folk feeling as well as synths, psychedelic and avant garde elements and at times the music brings in a very shamanistic and ritualistic atmosphere along with some drones.
A great portion of the tracks are very long and epic in length while also mixing in elements of krautrock and noise at times and after awhile electric guitars are added into certain sections of the recording along with a few melodic leads and some tracks also add in touches of ambient and electronic music and some songs also add in guitar slides and after plenty of instrumentals, vocals long with spoken word parts are finally added onto the recording briefly.
Harvestman plays a musical style that takes post metal, neo folk, noise, drone, and psychedelic music and mixes them together to create something very original, the production sounds very professional while the song themes focus on ruins, monuments and ancient sites of worship.
In my opinion Harvestman are a very great sounding mixture of post metal, krautrock, psychedelic, noise and neo folk and if you a re a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this solo project. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "The Forest Is Our Temple" "Cromlech" and "White Horse". 8 out of 10.