East Of The Wall

East Of The Wall

For a band that titled its first LP Farmer's Almanac, East Of The Wall offers little to fans of predictability. The group's catalog is a slap in the face to any would-be prognosticator. Each album has varied wildly in identity and scope. The debut was a purely instrumental sojourn that ranged from majestic to frantic. Sophomore release Ressentiment added vocals and an increased focus on aggression and dissonance. Tertiary album The Apologist split the difference and garnered widespread acclaim in doing so.

Now East Of The Wall have released... more