A welcome shot in the arm for the world of intelligent metal.
Deerhoof’s experimentation often seems to serve no other purpose than to show off that the band can, indeed, experiment.
Those expecting to hear the pastoral soundscapes that Hood meanders through on their albums might be a bit surprised.
Loss of a Child have yet to arrive at a sound that conveys the power they’re straining so hard to communicate.
How will that impact the way I interact with the stuff of this world, if I believe that God is somehow incarnated it all of it?
We no longer care about the spirit of the law. Rather, we care only for the letter of the law.
A solid debut whose restraint leaves the listener wanting more — in a very good way.
Jorge’s songs pirouette on the edge of an abyss, her delicate voice seemingly quite outmatched by the long, dark night of the soul that she faces.
I need to stop the review lest it just become a checklist of everything I dislike about the movie.
You’re struck by the thought that perhaps some higher power had always intended for the components to be mashed together.