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New Music: The Burning Hell’s ‘Revival Beach’ Or ‘Songs Of The Coming Apocalypse’

We’re all going to die sometime. My condolences, but it’s something of an inevitability. It’s likely to be some sort of horribly introspective event, or we’ll be otherwise too busy to properly reflect on it in the moment. The Burning Hell have pre-empted just such a possibility by providing us with their newest album, ‘Revival Beach’, or as we like to think of it, ‘Songs of the Coming Apocalypse’. At least they make it sound fun. Continue reading New Music: The Burning Hell’s ‘Revival Beach’ Or ‘Songs Of The Coming Apocalypse’

Music Video: The Burning Hell Will Convince You Of Anything With ‘Friend Army’

The Burning Hell have released their newest video today: ‘Friend Army’ in which we find the band in their natural habitat of far off lands, doing their habitual selves in their slightly oddballish and yet socially acceptable way. Oh, and they’re also trying to recruit you into the army. Continue reading Music Video: The Burning Hell Will Convince You Of Anything With ‘Friend Army’

Tales From The Road: The Burning Hell

The Burning Hell might be Newfoundland’s answer to Cake, but better. Loquacious lyricist and front man Mathias Kom has a gift for saturating songs with as much story as they can possibly hold, and delivers them in a flat, matter of fact, manner like he’s casually unravelling his tale to you at the side of a bar. The songs from their latest album, Public Library, are as rich as you can get inside of six minutes, but he comes by it honestly. Here’s his story about touring through the UK, and what eventually became the basis for their song, ‘The Road’: Continue reading Tales From The Road: The Burning Hell

New Music: The Burning Hell’s ‘Public Library’

Matthias Kom has written a novel, a real bastard of a piece that has clawed fragments of his universe together and horse stitched them into a monster of imagination and pop culture. Then he goes and sings the whole thing, like Finnegan’s Wake set to music, except more enjoyable. Continue reading New Music: The Burning Hell’s ‘Public Library’