Anything that sounds like Skunk Anansie jamming with Led Zeppelin or Tori Amos reinventing herself as a full-on metal queen has got to be a good thing, right? Right! You may think, hang on, hasn’t this sort of thing been done before. Perhaps it has but rarely with such intensity and never this well…

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