Hex; Or Printing In The Infernal Method

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HaroldAllnut
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HaroldAllnut This is the perfect sonic accompaniment to reading Cormac McCarthy's "Blood Meridian." Favorite track: An Inquest Concerning Teeth.
Andrew Pearson
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Andrew Pearson Achingly beautiful. Most of the time I just listen to the full-length tracks, which last awhile and move slowly but never stop developing if you learn to listen closely. The riffs are simple and unsubtle but the arrangements, tones and effects are exquisitely well-chosen. Eight years off and kicking heroin, as you might expect, were great for Dylan Carlson. Favorite track: Tethered To The Polestar.
Joe Sanderson
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Joe Sanderson Enormous soundscapes of the unexplored frontier, lines of huddled horsemen against bleak deserts, and freezing night skies scattered with a million uncaring stars. The silence is as important as the sound on this album. Listen to it end to end alongside reading Blood Meridian, the novel that inspired it, for a truly unsettling and transcendent journey through the darkest reaches of the human condition. Favorite track: Tethered To The Polestar.
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released January 1, 2005

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