Marissa Nadler has been quietly carving out a niche at the curious intersection of folk, black metal and Americana for the past decade. While her vocals are celestial, her doomy songs typically focus on earthier truths, concentrating on humanity's impulses, desires and nightmares. They exist at the place where fiction and reality merge. Her richly toned albums unfold the same way memorable books do: the more you revisit these songs, the more complexities emerge. After self-releasing… more »
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