Category Archives: Chelsea Wolfe

Abyss

Band: Chelsea Wolfe Album: Abyss Best song: “Iron Moon.” “Grey Days.” “Carrion Flowers.” “Crazy Love.” Worst song: “Maw” isn’t as strong as the other songs. What can I say about Chelsea Wolfe that I haven’t already said? The California-based singer/songwriter is my favorite current artist and someone about whom I’ve sung overwhelming praise. Her fifth (or sixth, […]

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Pain is Beauty

Band: Chelsea Wolfe Album: Pain is Beauty Best song: “Ancestors, the Ancients” Worst song: “The Waves Have Come” I’ve mentioned this a billion times before, but I am not a person who cares particularly about lyrics. Certainly in comparison to vocal timber/strength/tone, I find the lyrics to solely give a vocalist a route to vocalize notes. This […]

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Unknown Rooms: A Collection Of Acoustic Songs

Band: Chelsea Wolfe Album: Unknown Rooms: A Collection Of Acoustic Songs Best song: “Flatlands.” Definitely. Though, “Gold,” a bonus digital track, is really really good. Worst song: I’m not as hot on “Our Work Was Good,” though it’s a good song. It’s no secret I value vocals as an instrument more than I value lyrics; […]

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The Grime and the Glow

Band: Chelsea Wolfe Album: The Grime and the Glow Best song: “Halfsleeper” Worst song: “Bounce House Demons” is not as good as the version on Ἀποκάλυψις. I made a very dopey pledge a while ago to never write about any album twice. This, of course, is a ludicrous notion, though it’s one I’ve kept. In […]

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Ἀποκάλυψις

Band: Chelsea Wolfe Album: Ἀποκάλυψις (Apokalypsis) Best song: “Moses” is one of the best songs of 2011. Worst song: “Friedrichshain” is the lowest point on a very strong album. Genre is a shitty way to describe music, but it’s such an ingrained part of the culture that no one can avoid it. Mastodon isn’t a […]

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