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Six Organs Of Admittance

Shelter From The Ash

Six Organs Of Admittance’s live show sees Ben Chasny and his girlfriend Elisa Ambrogio thrust shrieking electric guitars at each other’s groins like some act of violent sex (or sexy violence) is imminent. ‘Shelter From The Ash’ is a more sedate affair, full of ghostly baroque folk stories that feel disappointingly ethereal. Catch ’em in the flesh.



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6 / 10

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