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Album review: A Pale Horse Named Death – ‘When The World Becomes Undone’ (Long Branch Records)

A Pale Horse Named Death – ‘When The World Becomes Undone’ (Long Branch Records) https://ift.tt/2V52TBw

A Pale Horse artworkTim Bolitho-Jones reckons that ‘When The World Becomes Undone’ might be the most morose hour of music committed to record this year (even though it’s not released for nearly another month). He also believes that the third full-length by Brooklyn goths A Pale Horse Named Death could only be more unsettling if it found a way to perch above your chamber door and mutter the word “nevermore” occasionally. Click the link to find out why he asserts that it’s an overwhelming listen and if you make it to the end, you’ll come out the other side smothered in a sense of otherworldly dread:

from CD Reviews https://ift.tt/2PQGLXJ

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