Hailing from the Catalan region of Spain,
Foscor is one of those relatively rare bands whose style truly spans
more than one disparate genre over the course of their career.
Indeed, when one listens to their 2004 debut
Entrance To The Shadows' Village and a later album such as
2017's Les Irreals Visions, one would be hard-pressed to believe these
originate from the same band.
But when their discography is taken as a whole, a linear progression
can be heard, from the raw black metal of Entrance to the
dark alt/prog/post-metal of Irreals and beyond, with intermediate albums
such as Groans To The Guilty showing traces of both styles as the
band shifts and progresses.
To these ears, the later period albums are the more interesting and unique,
but even the earlier albums displayed an original streak worth investigating.