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Abyss

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Carrion Flowers
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Iron Moon
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Dragged Out
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Maw
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Grey Days
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After the Fall
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Crazy Love
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Simple Death
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Survive
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Color of Blood
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The Abyss
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 55:17

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Abyss

spiderfaith1

Stunning as always. I have been following Chelsea Wolfe for a few years and I love the way she has changed and grown. So powerful!

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Interview: Chelsea Wolfe

By Laura Studarus, Contributor

The cliché is this: It never rains in L.A. Tell that to Chelsea Wolfe. Over her previous three albums, the Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter has ushered a few dark clouds into the region, indulging in her natural predilection for all things dark and mysterious. Her fourth album Pain is Beauty teases out these tendencies even further, blending ghostly strings, electronics, and the occasional industrial grind and shriek into a miasma that often veers towards the otherworldly.… more »

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CMJ Report: Who Won the Week

By J. Edward Keyes, Editor-in-Chief

Over the course of the last several years, so much time and space has been given over to questioning the value and relevance of New York's CMJ Festival that it hardly seems worthwhile to repeat the process here. The festival - now in its third decade - still puts forth a serviceable lineup of bands for anyone interested enough in burning the better part of a week shuttling from one end of the city to… more »

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Who Is…Chelsea Wolfe

By Stacey Anderson, Contributor

Chelsea Wolfe's morbid folk-metal records are like a one-woman rebuttal to the Los Angeles department of tourism: They capture her hometown in a surreal, sinister light of aggression and decay. But don't get her wrong — the California native loves her locale. "It's an inspiring place — a good place to get things done, a very forward-moving place," explains the young singer-songwriter. "The lighting here is really bright, but it's the kind of brightness where… more »