The Dear Hunter – “Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise” (2015) Album Review (Video) The Dear Hunter – “Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise” (2015) Album Review (Video)
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We have a video review of the highly anticipated new studio album from The Dear Hunter ready for you all. Sit back, relax, and... The Dear Hunter – “Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise” (2015) Album Review (Video)

The experimental, progressive indie rock band The Dear Hunter are well-known and acclaimed for their ongoing 6 act storyline about the character of the same name, who was born at the beginning of the 20th century. Through the albums, we follow the birth, life, loss, love, tragedy, and eventual death of the character. It’s been 6 years since we left our protagonist, but now he’s back in “Act IV. Rebirth in Reprise”. Check out our video review below!

 

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Mathias Folsted Film/Music/TV critic, columnist, and news-writer

An aspiring filmmaker, film critic and YouTuber. Previous experience include extensive work for the largest danish film site, www.filmz.dk, where I served as junior editor, film critic, columnist, and news writer. Also a graduate from the European Film College, I've been a lover of motion pictures for as long as I can remember. My criticism is always honest, but above all emotional.

  • I’ve never really gotten around to giving these guys a shot and I love high concepts like this (Coheed & Cambria’s multi-album storyline for instance). Eventually I’ll start from the beginning.

  • Mathias

    Then you should definitely give The Dear Hunter a try! This new release is one of my favourite albums of the year so far. But I agree that it would be good to start from the beginning. Things get really interesting in act II and III.