Album Review: The Twilight Singers - Dynamite Steps (Sub Pop)
An endearingly dark exploration of death and immortality.
Lanegan pops up again on [b]‘Be Invited’[/b] and [b]‘Blackbird And The Fox’[/b], but even without him Dulli generally succeeds in keeping things as darkly hypnotic as a rain-lashed midnight motorway.
[b]‘Waves’[/b] boasts QOTSA-esque propulsion, but the rest is more subtle vampiric piano thumps and cinematic finger-quiver strings. It’s darkness by numbers, maybe, but they add up to something worth keeping.
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