Monday, June 06, 2011

EMA - Past Life Martyred Saints review

Dirty and grimy, Past Life Martyred Saints is the culmination of every regret you’ve had and sin you’ve committed. It is the shameful walk home after an all-night binge, an epitaph for innocence.

Half-sung, half-spoken-word, EMA’s (Erika M. Anderson) songs sound more like confessions than singing. Effects are layered on top of one another, guitars are distorted, percussion is muffled and notes are sustained to wails and moans that deliver a spine-chilling effect. However, it’s not all about shock value. There is genuineness and poignancy buried deep within the violence and ugliness. EMA’s songs chronicle depression, abuse, sexuality and self-destruction...

Read the rest of my review by clicking the link below:

Rip It Up EMA Past Life Martyred Saints review

EMA - The Grey Ship by WorkItMedia

No comments: