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"25 year old multi instrumentalist James Kelly is, until now, best known as the sole permanent member and writer behind black metal outfit Altar Of Plagues, who have released two critically acclaimed albums on iconic labels Profound Lore and Candlelight. Using found sounds, homemade instruments and field recordings as a base, Altar Of Plagues create music “Full of radical tangents and alien-to-black metal elements, more focused on frailty and struggle than majesty and grandeur” – Pitchfork.


These ideas transfer to James’ solo recordings as WIFE. Embracing his long standing passion for electronic music the tracks on ‘Stoic’, his debut, limited edition EP which came out on left_blank in November 2012, showcase a diverse range of influences and are built to endure. The A-Side moves from the mournful, hypnotic opener ‘Bodies’, through the cold mantra of ‘Trials’, to the shuffling trickery of ‘Circles’. Side B contains the Gothic 2-step beauty of ‘Shards’ and the epic, industrial crescendo of ‘Endings’.


in 2013 WIFE. will be expanding upon his compelling initial offerings through Tri Angle."



Very nice sounding

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I usually assume I will love all Tri Angle, but the singing seemed to be a vague turn-off for me here, based on a few samples. What say thee, watmm?

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Listened to it once a few weeks ago (or was it months?), quite enjoyed it but haven't had a great desire to listen again. I've enjoyed most of the previous Tri Angle releases, especially Holy Other, Vesse, Forest Swords and Haxan Cloak.

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