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Wayfarer: Children Of The Iron Age

Album Review

Denver’s post-metal romantics still in search of their own path

It’s said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and mostly that’s true. Wayfarer lean a lot towards the sounds of their peers in the uniquely American atmosphere that they bring to their debut album, and while they have some beautiful moments of melody and intensity, they’re ultimately a little flat.


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