It is fair to say that I am a sucker for music made in that magical realm where darker, more gothically-inclined attitudes subsume rock music. Where regular songs are pushed over the line into the realms of the epic and anthemic. Where the infectiousness of pop is shattered and then reassembled by more incendiary sonic forces. So, it is safe to say that anything that The Bellwether Syndicate release is likely to appeal to me without too much cajoling or convincing…

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