Paul's tomb: A triumph

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"Three years in the making, 'Paul’s tomb: A triumph' marks Frog eyes’ thunderous, frantic, fiery return. This is a slow-brewed masterpiece that is unmistakably Frog eyes, a new album that was very much worth the wait. It's wrapped in a gauze of fuzz, but a fuzz that's neither yesteryear nor painfully now. It is neither overly modern nor awkwardly vintage, and it contains a depth and bombast that's not only absent in Frog eyes' previous work, it's absent from most contemporary music.

'Paul’s Tomb: A triumph' was recorded almost entirely live to tape, with the guitars stabbing and shimmering, and Mercer coming on strong, like a crazed, guttural Van Morrison, playing with cadence and syllables at every turn. It's heavy, raw, literate, otherworldy and in the end, utterly compelling. The more you give of yourself to it, the more you get lost in its gnarled world."