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HEX; Or Printing in the Infernal Method

HEX; Or Printing in the Infernal Method



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  • This was the first of the returned Earth recordings I heard. I hadn't heard anything about their new sound prior to picking it up, read any reviews, etc., so I was going in completely cold, and it blew me away. One of the best qualities that music can have, IMO, is to "transport" you to another place or conjure up a vision/landscape simply through the combination of notes (and voices, in some cases), and this and several other Earth albums do that as well as or better than any other music I can think of. When I play Hex... I envision wide open western expanses with a quiet, at times desolate quality. As others have said, it's a perfect accompaniment to the writing of Cormac McCarthy. Additionally, these song titles are some of the best I've ever seen. I particularly like "The Dire and Ever Circling Wolves," both as a song title and as a song.
  • Makes me want to ride a muscle car under the blazing sun while 420 blazing it
  • always played this when reading Mccarthy, even before I coped the Blood Meridan synoptic phrase/track title thing. no wonder it fits
  • The vision of Christ that thou dost see, is my vision's greatest enemy.
  • v I was thinking Stephen King's The Dark Tower
  • Red Dead Redemption
  • Western Drone!
  • Blood Meridian.
  • Red Dead Redemption.
  • Very spacial sound, exactly how i'm loving it!

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