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Witchsorrow: There Is No Light, There Is Only Fire

Album Review

Misanthropic monotony from South-East England doom trio

The third album from these Hampshire traditionalists sees them resigned to their collective fate.

The gleeful anticipation of apocalypse explored on 2012’s God Curse Us has been replaced by a misanthropic resignation that humanity won’t go out with a bang, but that most of us will instead continue to eke out a slow, uneventful crawl towards self-destruction.


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