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Being a fulltime creative is great and all, but I also work about 60 hrs/week and a lot of it is not fun. When it's the middle of the night, and I'm exhausted, and alone in my studio with a looming deadline and a painting that's already taken so much of my time that it feels like a bad marriage, this is the kind of album that keeps me going. Madeline v. F.
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“Post-metal” can often be guilty of merely being loud and lingering. Cult of Luna totally dodge this pitfall. I think I most enjoyed the many textures throughout this album; percussive items beyond drums, emotive synth swells, untraditional instruments. Cult of Luna create a totally unique flavor to express their musical colors. I loved the powerful CHURN that swirled through much of this album, from the beginning horns and drums, carried forward by an excellent rhythm section. pinkytheent
"Curse These Metal Hands" parlays the UK bands' chemistry into a record which—for all its tinnitus-inducing ferocity and elegiac arrangements—practically drips with transcendent joy. Bandcamp Album of the Day Aug 19, 2019