Altars of Radness
“Fate and Technology” is the album’s true standout, Haley Westeiner’s intimate vocals breaking through the rollicking jam session. The build is as epic as they come, and the payoff is even greater. Westeiner’s haunting croons are slowly consumed by Melynda Jackson’s delay pedal-induced madness before Chris Van Huffel blasts his way through, double bass leading the charge.
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A miserable, euphoric, atmospheric, melancholic, melodic, bone-shaking avalanche. Hike to a misty waterfall valley in Iceland with this in your headphones, and switch between screaming in futile rage from the mountaintop, and sobbing silently at your own reflection in the surface of the lake below. Inimitable. warmhotself