Longing

by BELL WITCH

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Matthew Toye
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Matthew Toye This is one of those albums that comes along once in a while and will remain a source of inspiration for every band that follows in the genre. Favorite track: Rows (Of Endless Waves).
Reuben Wilson
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Reuben Wilson Masterful and aptly titled funeral doom, capable of crawling tectonic heaviness and sections of achingly beautiful despair. I'm in love with those mournful wailing clean vocals, particularly in the trudging opener Bails (of Flesh), where they shine through the gloom like a glimpse of reflected sunlight before being submerged once more in the stygian depths. I've nursed a crippling addiction to this album since I first heard it, and it doesn't seem like it'll go away anytime soon. Highly recommended. Favorite track: Bails (Of Flesh).
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Hank Bell Witch isn't for everyone. Their music is glacially paced, meditative, and certainly doesn't cater to the limited attention span of people my age. But that's why I like these guys--their material takes real patience, and it really pays off if you stick with it. "Longing" plunges you into the muddy depths, but eventually pulls you back up into the sun over the course of its running time. Give it time. Favorite track: Longing (The River Of Ash).
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released November 13, 2012

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