Metalhead.ro conducted an interview with Portland's AGALLOCH when the band played the Silver Church in Bucharest, Romania on March 21, 2010. Watch the chat below. Video footage of the group's performance can be found at this location.AGALLOCH's "The White EP" was released in February 2008 via Vendlus Records. The CD was the follow-up to 2004's "The Grey EP" and completed a dichotomy of releases for Vendlus Records. "The White EP" contained seven dark folk and ambient works written and recorded over a three-year period. AGALLOCH released its critically acclaimed album, "Ashes Against the Grain" in August 2007 via The End Records. AGALLOCH's "The Demonstration Archive" full-length retrospective CD collection chronicling the band's unsigned years (1996 – 1998) came out in 2008. This release included both the "From Which Of This Oak" and "Promo '98" demos as well as the previously unreleased seven-inch that was originally entitled "Of Stone, Wind, And Pillor" (later released via The End Records with bonus tracks).
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