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Angels Of Destruction
Today, it’s six cruisers of the interstates that make up Marah, while a further ten former members lay defunct in their wake like pummelled road kill. And ‘Angels Of Destruction’ is the band’s ninth studio album. So needless to say, despite the roaming analogies, cowboys these guys ain’t. Tracks like ‘Angels On A Passing Train’, swoon with religious imagery and elevate in their choruses, nodding unashamedly to Dylan and Springsteen, while ‘Jesus In The Temple’ is a BRMC mosey into the sunset, delivered with adventurous gusto that’s matched by anything found here.
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