And yes, that’s really the new artwork. Those Texas boys are something else.
This is the sound of musical equipment being tortured and pushed to its limits until the envelope isn’t just breached, but rather, punctured, shredded, and burnt to a crisp by the exit velocity.
As rough and shambling, and ultimately as haunting, as any of his album’s material.
Pearson’s songs pull no punches as he chronicles all of the ugly, nasty, and shitty things that bring about a relationship’s end.
Truelove’s Gutter is a magnificent, richly textured album highlighted by Hawley’s remarkable voice and unashamedly sentimental lyrics.
I wish I could find it more lovely, but it all feels a bit too fake for my tastes.
No More Shall We Part is the best album of 2001.
This is undoubtedly one of the best things to happen in 2000.
This is a very refreshing record.
This record is one of the best of the year 2000.