A singer/songwriter with a striking soprano voice and an equally compelling flair for imagery, Chelsea Wolfe has imbued her music with different shades of darkness over the years. On early albums such as 2011's Apokalypsis, she crafted haunting electric folk songs that she wrote on a downtuned classical guitar, but she soon brought other dimensions to her sound. She stripped her music to its acoustic bones on 2012's Unknown Rooms: A Collection of Acoustic Songs, then fleshed it out with electronics on the following year's Pain Is Beauty. Wolfe's fierce ethereality was a perfect fit for the heavier sounds she explored on later albums like 2017's Hiss Spun, which featured members of Converge and Old Man Gloom. When she returned to eldritch folk on 2019's Birth of Violence, Wolfe proved once again that she could take the intensity and ...
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