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This is powerful and evocative stuff; the interplay of harrowing pathos and light.
At times, it sounds like Kate Bush in an oil drum full of nails rolling down a hill, at others it is transcendent. Like seeing the beauty of cathedral ornament, while feeling the cold dead stone of the structure. Paul
supported by 101 fans who also own “The Long Walk”
An extremely well-developed piece of hauntingly atmospheric misanthropy. A great balance of riffs and guitar to catchy yet discomforting programming, with a great performance throughout the course of the album by Chrissy Wolpert. I don't give this album the credit it deserves, but goddamn, it's one of their best. Joe Yoksh
Thou and Emma Ruth Rundle are not playing opposites, nor even allies on this record. They are constantly swapping roles and spotlights. At times, Rundle leads while Thou backs. At others, Thou is center stage. It's a magnificent, ego-less union. felixwav