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|1.||"The Mother Road" (4:18)|
|2.||"American Darkness" (4:43)|
|3.||"Birth Of Violence" (4:15)|
|4.||"Deranged For Rock & Roll" (3:31)|
|5.||"Be All Things" (4:19)|
|2.||"When Anger Turns To Honey" (3:08)|
|3.||"Dirt Universe" (4:38)|
|4.||"Little Grave" (3:21)|
|5.||"Preface To A Dream Play" (3:52)|
There's a stripped-down aesthetic to Chelsea Wolfe's return to the release schedule. It's not that 2017's "Hiss Spun", or "Abyss" two years earlier, were overblown. But here she pares things back to the essentials, with many tracks beginning on just vocals and a splash of acoustic guitar. The result shows off the raw talent at work, in turn offering a clear explanation of her enduring popularity. Despite the often minimalistic arrangements, "Birth Of Violence" is deceptively complex. Wolfe has explained it was inspired by exhaustion following perpetual tours and endless time on the road. You can certainly feel that. Her voice sounds as though it's hoping for hope, a change that feels almost out of reach but not unthinkable. It's a dark, desolate place at times, but in other moments packed with a determined energy and self-belief that things must always progress. Descriptions aside, believe us that this is completely unmissable.
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