The band's first album in nearly 20 years is predictably and delightfully dark.
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The often staccato prose forgoes metaphor, relying instead on a steady eye of objectivity that…
Rhythm becomes ragged, serrated, a thing of danger rather than comfort.
Nothing that came after Diver Down ever matched the album’s haphazard genius.
June ends up too polite when she could be making a definitive statement.
This is technical ecstasy.
Circus Devils have gone full Robert here.
Vladimir Nabokov’s relationship with America remains one of great fascination.
Nightmare Logic goes straight for the jugular.
The men of Minus the Bear know how to treat an audience.