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Pain is Beauty

by CHELSEA WOLFE

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OyO DooM OccultA
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OyO DooM OccultA Le 1er album de Chelsea Wolfe que j'ai écouté et dès les premières secondes je suis tombé dans un océan de tristesse qui ce transmet par l'atmosphère très mélancolique de la musique notamment les violons, la batterie magnifique, très rituelle, mes aussi et surtout le clavier (sans oublier les guitares). Cependant, le summum reste la voix de Chelsea absolument parfaite! Fantomatique, transcendante, triste, joviale... Bref elle excelle dans tous!!! La plus belle voix feminine que j'ai pu découvrir Favorite track: Reins.
Michael Keerdo-Dawson
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Michael Keerdo-Dawson From the opening chords of "Feral Love" you know you're in for something special, like a call to another world which only grows in intensity through an array of dexterous, yet paradoxically blunt, songs leading to Wolfe's greatest track to date, "The Waves Have Come" an eight minute hymn to the end of the world. Its almost a perfect album, marred only by "Destruction Makes the World Burn Brighter" which is a great track but doesn't quite fit in this gloomy synth-folk near-masterpiece. Favorite track: The Waves Have Come.
Lisa
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Lisa I really like her voice and the atmosphere she creates with her music and lyrics. I definitely think I will be purchasing more, her acoustic album for starters!
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released September 3, 2013

Chelsea Wolfe / vocals, guitar
Ben Chisholm / programming, bass, keys, piano
Kevin Dockter / guitar
Dylan Fujioka / drums
Andrea Calderon / violin
Ezra Buchla / viola
Patrick Shiroishi / saxophone, baritone clarinet

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