The grooving rhythms will have you bopping your head while you wait for the bartender to pour you another. Interesting riffs keep the party going, while you find yourself singing along with Father W’s strong clear voice throughout. Dead End is a party you don’t want to miss!
Pain and grief walk hand in hand to draw the listener deep into a shattered psyche. Swamp Suicide is an engrossing listen, rich in spirit, disturbing during a deep listen.
The consistent thread is the consistent excellence of the music.
Father W. shows that genre is irrelevant in his ability to pour forth musical passion, rage, and disgust for the horrors humanity unleashes in the world around us.
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Part I and Part II combine to give a visceral look at the demons whispering in Wrath’s ear.
They are a raging alarm call of black metal might, in which Wrath shows himself to be at the height of his powers, even after all of these years and all of these releases.
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The righteous hatred of humanity is strong, but restrained, methodical in its obliterating power.
They wield their instruments like weapons, attacking the listener. Hints of 80s hardcore punk come to mind in the manner of attack.