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Album Review: Earth - Primitive and Deadly

Album Review: Earth - Primitive and Deadly

Tuesday 9th September, 2014 12:46PM

In 2005, out of the ashes of Earth’s first phase of existence as a band immersed in heavy metallic drone, came a new beast. Still laden with slow-crawling repetition this was drone with quite different colours, textures and most significantly elegant desert-parched melodies that hung in the air rather than being sucked into a dense morass of guitars. With each album over the last decade Dylan Carlson has stealthily explored similar dusty landscapes but Primitive and Deadly feels like the start of a new chapter. The most obvious change is the addition of vocals and on two tracks Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees, Mad Season) is the perfect foil to Carlson’s primal, monolithic rumblings...

Click here to read Chris Familton's full review of Primitive and Deadly, and you can stream the full album below...


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