There is a power in quiet and beauty.
Birth of Violence is sublimely beautiful, pure of heart and spirit.
Heavier Chelsea Wolfe is no less compelling than her darkly delicate older material.
Pushes Wolfe's music to its darker and heavier limits.
We Portlanders like the chance to simply sit and sip our beers while taking in a show, thank you very much.
Our Top 25 Songs of 2015.
Chelsea Wolfe finds magnificence in dread and anxiety.
Abyss plumbs depths only hinted at in previous work. And to explore this darkness, Wolfe doesn’t give listeners so much as a candle.
[xrr rating=4.0/5]There’s a common conversation in both the film and video game world over the execution of horror. Many suggest that most modern slasher flicks aren’t scary because they’re too produced and too glossy. Keeping the monsters of the dark shrouded in murk allows the audience project their own fears onto the screen. No one knows our own fears better …
(Photo: Kristin Cofer) About halfway through Chelsea Wolfe’s opening set, one of the Eels fans next to me turned around and began to frantically wave at the woman at the soundboard just behind us. When the bleached blonde, tattooed and pierced tech didn’t bother to look up, the woman got out of her seat, tapped her on the shoulder and …