Album review: Barbarian Hermit – ‘Solitude and Savagery’ (ApF Records)

Barbarian Hermit – ‘Solitude and Savagery’ (ApF Records)

Barbarian Hermit artworkIf a title so perfectly sums up a band’s sound as ‘Solitude and Savagery’ does for Barbarian Hermit, we’ve not found it. Grown from the increasingly fertile UK sludge scene, Barbarian Hermit’s debut is a wild ride that swings between Conjurer-esque blasts of brutal prog-minded heaviness and contemplative heavy blues a la Black Sabbath, as Rich H now explains:

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