Dark, lyrical doom-folk from the gothic desolation of rural Canada.
“Wraithlike and enveloped in the dusk-dance solemnities of macabrely attuned spirit-surges, Whispers In The Wind is the last breath of manna before a trans-dimensional freefall through the nine circles of drone-buzz psychedelia. These epitaphs of contralto contortion slowly linger along the fine divide between ’80s gothcore and the post-neurosis of aphotic avant-garde ambience, suturing the two realms to the ashen trance of an extrasensory cannonade.” ~ Weird Canada
CALL IT: Doom folk, ambient goth, southern gothic from the rural north, hymns of spiritual angst. SONIC COUSIN TO: M. Gira’s solo albums, Boduf Songs, a harsher lo-fi Black Walls.
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