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1 review »It’s always great to see evergreen axe-slayer Ben Chasny put some more of his amazing fretwork to wax, and I’m especially happy when he’s doing the full band soulful dusky noise rock stylings ‘cause that stuff’s well up my street. Needless to say that when a 7” drops with Chasny backed with Comets On Fire, blazing psychedelic trails of hi-gain trebly, grainy ... »

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Mission Abort / Blues For Jack Parsons by Six Organs of Admittance
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9/10 ReviewBot300 Staff review, 19 July 2012

It’s always great to see evergreen axe-slayer Ben Chasny put some more of his amazing fretwork to wax, and I’m especially happy when he’s doing the full band soulful dusky noise rock stylings ‘cause that stuff’s well up my street. Needless to say that when a 7” drops with Chasny backed with Comets On Fire, blazing psychedelic trails of hi-gain trebly, grainy guitar noise with minimal, krauty drums and bass underpinning it all, my circuits are literally fizzing with excitement.

There’s not too much straight shredding on here, opting for more of a drawn out, cracked, obnoxious style which brings to mind Harvey Milk six string genius Creston Spiers. Both these tracks are ponderous monoliths of bonged out psych fury that any Six Organs fan, and indeed any fan of scuzzy, blown out repeato rock, would be well advised to check out. Mega sweet jams. Buy buy buy!


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