Angels of Death

Jennifer Castle - Angels of Death
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2018 Ratings: #393 / 765
User Score
Based on 12 ratings
May 18, 2018 / Release Date
LP / Format
Paradise of Bachelors / Label
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In the end, Rose Waterfalls' chameleonic two names are just another example of all the change, metamorphosis, turning and movement of the record.
Drowned in Sound

An album about death isn’t going to break any new artistic ground. But what compels here, is Castle’s ability to have created a piece of art so intimately descriptive of her personal fear of death, and how it links to the songwriter process and her thirst for immortality.

I have to thank Exclaim! for this one... I was checking out their top 31 albums of the first half and this was the one thing on that list that immediately stood out to me.

Really strong songwriting from this Toronto native, with just enough going on to help flesh out these arrangements. For fans of country/folk/countryfolk. Simply, this an album about death... yet despite considering the heavy subject matter this thing has a sticky sweet sound. Just 10 songs, 2 of which are short reprises. ... read more
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Track List

  1. Tomorrow's Mourning
  2. Crying Shame
  3. Texas
  4. Angels of Death
  5. We Always Change Reprise, Pt. 1
  6. Rose Waterfalls
  7. Grim Reaper
  8. Stars of Milk
  9. Tonight the Evening
  10. We Always Change Reprise, Pt. 2
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Added on: May 16, 2018