Sinister undertones can’t be kept at bay, and Woods explode into something more tangible than their jam-rock past.
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Eschewing contemporary traits, Witchcraft are a portal to the days of yore when genres outside of rock were nascent, and when songs were enveloped by a haze of other-worldliness and earthy tradition, untarnished by the trappings of the digital age.
After four successful records, Senses Fail, or perhaps more specifically Nielsen, continue to be self-conscious about embracing the fact that they are a pop band in hard guy clothing.
Here at *Altsounds *we get sent some brilliant (and some not so brilliant) albums to review. Every now and then, however, we get sent an absolutely jaw dropping one that leaves us thinking “Wow! what the hell have I just heard?!”. *Epicloud *is one of those albums.
*Epicloud *is the 5th album…
Bob Dylan “Narrow Way”
Like a lot of people – most people? – I tend to think of Bob Dylan’s voice mainly in terms of its strangeness and limitations. So, in a small way, paying attention to his new album brought a minor epiphany: As much as his voice has deteriorated, he has remarkable phrasing. (This [...]