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Lincoln Durham - Revelations of a Mind Unravelling (2016)

7-04-2016, 07:55
Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Revelations of a Mind Unravelling
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Self Released
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 31:37
Total Size: 195 MB


1. Suffer My Name (2:00)
2. Bleed Until You Die (3:18)
3. Creeper (3:41)
4. Bones (3:25)
5. Prophet Incarnate (2:50)
6. Rage and Fire and Brimstone (4:13)
7. Rusty Knife (3:53)
8. Gods of Wood and Stone (3:01)
9. Noose (2:35)
10. Bide My Time (2:41)

2016 release, third album from the amped up Southern-gothic-punk-gospel-revival one-man-band preaching the good word of depravity. His last album, Exodus of the Deemed Unrighteous, aimed to take a hundred-foot scythe to the doubters and the naysayers; and, as if he's left the field decimated as evidence of his victory and has nowhere left to turn but inward, Revelations of a Mind Unraveling is pure descent into the internal agonies of Lincoln Durham's tormented mind. The first half of the album echoes the 19th century French poet Stéphane Mallarmé's sentiment that "Poetry is the language of a state of crisis." As the record progresses and shifts into complete mental breakdown, one of the instants of greatest risk in the album also begets one of the most powerful images: "White dove sitting in a cage/Choking on the olive branch and waiting for his chance to unleash his cooped rage." These lines are taken from the song "Noose" at a time in which we can't be sure if the journey to the center of darkness has revealed a part of our narrator that must be killed or can't be killed.

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