Gazelle Twin - UNFLESH
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2014 Ratings: #21 / 845
User Score
Based on 48 ratings
2014 Ratings: #150
September 22, 2014 / Release Date
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At first, what seems to be a very weird, obscure and challenging listen, shows to be an even weirder experience, with the title track blossoming in a noisy, mind-bending structured song, as an exciting start. Shamefully, though, Unflesh starts to lose pass very fast, with a whole plethora of issues. Gazelle Twin's aesthetic may sound like a good idea, with her characteristic looks, gloomy sounds and themes and the dark aura around the project, but the music itself just suffers too much from the ... read more
Elizabeth Bernholz's touch is dark, raw and scary.
Everywhere there's blood, you can feel it, you can smell, you can taste it.
But, it's hers and she won't let you take it with you.
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#1/The Quietus
#23/The 405
#61/Wondering Sound

Track List

  1. Unflesh
  2. Guts
  3. Exorcise
  4. Good Death
  5. Anti Body
  6. Child
  7. Premonition
  8. A1 Receptor
  9. Belly of the Beast
  10. Human Touch
  11. I Feel Blood
  12. Still Life
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Added on: July 17, 2014