After the Ceiling Cracked

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After the Ceiling Cracked
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Box set by Pelican
Released 2008
Recorded 2003-2006
Genre Post-metal
Label Hydra Head Records
Producer Mike Ward
Pelican chronology
Pink Mammoth
(2007)Pink Mammoth2007
After the Ceiling Cracked
(2008)
Ephemeral
(2009)Ephemeral2009

After the Ceiling Cracked is a multi-format set released by post-metal band Pelican. It features Pelican’s London live set from December 20, 2005, interviews and live bonus material shot at various stops on the band’s past US tours, a video for “Autumn Into Summer,” and an extensive photo gallery.

Live material from Scala was shot by British-based outfit Muckspreader Productions.[1] Also included is a 3" audio CD containing two versions of the song “Pink Mammoth” (a major key reworking of the Untitled EP track “Mammoth”) — one of which features all the members of Seattle group These Arms Are Snakes — and “End of Seasons,” a Prefuse 73 remix medley of “Aurora Borealis,” and the untitled track from The Fire in Our Throats Will Beckon the Thaw.

Track list[edit]

DVD Content: Live from Scala, King's Cross, London, December 20, 2005:

  1. March Into the Sea
  2. Autumn Into Summer
  3. NightEndDay
  4. Last Day of Winter
  5. Aurora Borealis
  6. Sirius
  7. Australasia

Live Footage Collection 2003-2006:

  1. "Sirius" (interview w/ Larry and Laurent) "NightEndDay" and "City of Echoes" live from Neumo's Crystal Ball, Seattle, WA 06/03/06
  2. "Pink Mammoth" and extra footage live from The Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA 05/29/06
  3. "Last Day of Winter" live from Nanci Raygun, Richmond, VA 05/12/06
  4. "GW" live from Sabalas, Portland, OR 08/13/05
  5. "Mammoth," Drought," and "Red Ran Amber" live from The Nyabinghi, Youngstown, OH 05/30/04
  6. "Forecast for Today" and "The Woods" live from The Nyabinghi, Youngstown, OH 10/11/03
  7. "Autumn Into Summer" music video

Photo and art gallery:

  1. Photos and posters from all eras of the band

3" CD Content:

  1. Pink Mammoth
  2. End of Seasons (Prefuse 73 Remix)
  3. These Arms are Pink Mammoths (the song "Pink Mammoth" featuring These Arms Are Snakes for additional musical support)[2]

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