Mae Shults’ fourth album of the year is both brutal and poignant.
The post-sludge maestros on releasing during a pandemic and musical progression.
Exquisite sonic wizardry, spectacular finesse.
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The Sheffield outfit could never have known just how relevant their debut EP would be upon release…
Sludgy grindcore and harsh noise thrown into an intense melting pot.
Industrial sludge from the Steel City.
Freak-folk and black metal, together at last.
A colossal work which constantly changes form.
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