Converge & Chelsea Wolfe “Bloodmoon: I”

After the Bloodmoon gigs, it’s time for the act to deliver the magnum opus. It’s a Converge record like no other, that at first starts slow as sin on the lengthy album opener. But eventually it morphs into a Pink Floyd version of “Jane Doe,” which is highly animated, dynamic and stretches Bannon & co. like never before. As much as the purist in me wanted to abandon this, it’s impossible to turn away or deny the results of this release. While some parts are more dull than others, it’s those hills and valleys that make the peaks so epic.

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