And McClements' voice is that passionate, more than before: plus, let's not forget Lonesome Leash is a one-man band, - because that's right what I forgot while I was listening for the first time to this disc. So, his powerful transport is similar to a rapture-in-sound, I like to think.
Road is a flaming ride through the storm of a daze, painful and grave, a sort of revisitation of Suicide's Ghost Rider: eerie reverb/delay on his vocals, an obsessive riff recurring, - his aching and fuzzing accordion turns into a punk element, just like the synthesizer for Martin Rev. And later, the instrumental outro won't heal the wounds of previous four fierce pieces. Time to press play.
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