Started as a one-man-project by Margus Voolpriit, Wolfredt released two albums in 2013 and 2016. With expanding the sound for the third album Margus realized that additional bandmembers could even be more helpful to bring more melodies, dynamics and ideas into the project.
So the four-piece Wolfredt was born now and worked from the start on the upcoming third album. "Tides".
The album follows the eternal way of the "tides". The coming and going of flood and ebb, the up and down of the endless circle of life, where past, present and future mix and always repeat. Musically the band wrote this down in lengthy guitar-based dynamical instrumental pieces, melodic bass guitar lines, and heavy use of distortion and effects and an eminent ambient sound, sometimes dark and sometimes grand.
If you have to compare them to any other bands, Russian Circles, We Lost The Sea or Caspian may fall into your mind.
Departure Songs is an absolutely amazing album that still chokes me up with every listen thanks to it's powerful sound. This album was definitely made with passion and it shows on every track. Michael Sullivan
Being a fan since pretty much the beginning, it was a pleasant reveal that with this record the band reached yet another level of complexity and structural songwriting. A phenomenal album & must-buy! Kilian Stakemeier
Destiné aux oreilles fines. Ca c'est de la musique. Vous n'entendrez jamais du Hubris (et tant d'autres) à la radio. C'est un gage de qualité de ne pas passer à la radio. Merci les gars, toujours un plaisir d'écouter vos humbles compos ! bodier
The British post-hardcore outfit explore a broader, spacier sound that amplifies their cathartic scale, without sacrificing the closely-felt emotional intensity that’s become their calling card. Bandcamp Album of the Day Sep 30, 2020
Classic instrumental post-rock done incredibly well. This is their best record yet. It has the quiet, tender moments, it has the soaring and uplifting melodies, and it has the heavy riffs that makes you slowly headbang without even thinking about it.
Really solid from start to finish. So far every record has been better than the last so this is a band I will definitely keep an eye on in the future. Martin SK