Monday, May 3, 2010


One of the few glossy magazines that I religiously subscribe to and read, Rue Morgue is the best publication out there covering the horror/macabre culture. Their upcoming 100th issue will feature the first review of a Crucial Blast related release, the forthcoming ROBE. "Bleak" limited edition disc that is coming out on the new Crucial Blaze imprint...pretty cool!
Here's a bit of what they had to say:
"...With Bleak, which eschews song titles for four lengthy self-titled segments, the Indiana musicians/filmmakers demonstrate the marriage between visual and auditory elements by composing creeping dread so convincing, it may induce panic in the listener....the third act is where the bad noise really starts to bare its claws, introducing fuzzy discordant melodies like funereal foghorns wafting into a rickety, haunted harbour...believably scores what might be taking shape in the shadows ’round bedtime..." -RUE MORGUE MAGAZINE