Turns to Ash

My review of the Ash Borer album Bloodlands is now up on Metal @#$%ing Madness.  I tried something different with this one. Instead of just describing the instrumentation and the way it’s played I wrote about how I visualize the music. All the best records make me picture scenes. They speak to me like illustrated stories. Bloodlands produced some particularly vivid images of desolation and terrifying loneliness  in my mind.

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