Songs for the Enamel Queen

Black Sheep Wall - Songs for the Enamel Queen
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Don’t miss what is sure to be one of the heaviest albums of the year, and a real triumph for the band.
Metal Injection
This thing is not only the best Black Sheep Wall album, but an early contender for the best sludge/post-metal album of 2021.

Songs for the Enamel Queen is an unexpected standout from one of sludge metal's most underappreciated bands.


Songs for the Enamel Queen is a monstrous and intense project which I consider to be the band's best album yet by miles, and my AOTY for now. Their sound on this release resembles similarities to what they showcased on their 2013 EP, and even on their 2015 project, but now with a less experimental approach, something that makes the album a lot more consistent and accessible. However, this change in style hasn't affected their lyrics a lot, which covers nihilism to sexual topics.

The first ... read more


SO glad I came across this one. Naturally, the first time I heard this crushing jam, I dropped everything and dove head-first into Black Sheep Wall's entire discography. This seemed like one where I had to get a feel for their vibe and their general growth as a group.

Black Sheep Wall's debut LP, I Am God Songs, is insanely strong. For when it dropped in 2008, it was extremely forward-thinking and incredibly uncompromising in its heaviness. After that, I expected this clearly very creative ... read more


Such a fucking cool musical aesthetic with the clean guitars blended with the doomy distortion and I actually love the artwork too, that middle section of ‘Ren’ was fantastic and so was the second half of ‘Prayer Sheet For Wound and Nails’.

How I wish I could do the vocals.

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Added on: February 2, 2021