Curse These Metal Hands

Conjurer & Pijn - Curse These Metal Hands
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Based on 4 reviews
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Based on 17 ratings
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August 16, 2019 / Release Date
LP / Format
Holy Roar / Label
- / Genres
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There have been a number of stories in the music press of late extolling the mental health benefits of listening to metal music. Contrary to popular misconception, exposing ones ears to the bludgeoning instrumentals, and, at times, darkly violent lyrical themes of extreme music does not, it appears, render the listener a raging, misogynist misanthrope, mired in festering self-hatred and suicidal ideation. To the contrary, metal music apparently helps its fans process and control feelings of ... read more


Oyyyyyy I been listening to a lot of albums and not rating them. Gotta catch up.

To get right to the point, I love this album (EP?) I wish there were one or two more tracks, but what’s here is beautiful. The opener (“High Spirits”) and closing track (“Sunday”) are my favourites. Both are full, unhurried, uplifting metal tracks where the guitars really shine. The harmonies on “Sunday” are like wide beams of sun breaking through clouds. It’s ... read more

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Track List

  1. High Spirits
  2. The Pall
  3. Endeavour
  4. Sunday
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Added on: August 15, 2019