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Chelsea Wolfe — Pain is Beauty (2013)

 Chelsea Wolfe — Pain is Beauty (2013)

Chelsea Wolfe — Pain is Beauty
   Chelsea Wolfe makes unique “drone-metal-art-folk” music. Her previous albums The Grime & The Glow and Apokalypsis were critically acclaimed and now she is gearing up for the release of her third album Pain Is Beauty. Pain Is Beauty is described as being more electric than her previous outings while still remaining true to the morose mood she is known for.
Location: Sacramento ~ Los Angeles, California
Occupations: Singer-songwriter, musician
Instruments: Vocals, guitar, piano
Album release: September 3rd, 2013
Record Label: Sargent House
Duration:     55:25
01 – Feral Love     3:25
02 – We Hit A Wall     3:39
03 – House of Metal     5:03
04 – The Warden     3:56
05 – Destruction Makes the World Burn Brighter     2:41
06 – Sick     5:38
07 – Kings     4:02
08 – Reins     5:18
09 – Ancestors, the Ancients     4:38
10 – They’ll Clap When You’re Gone     5:55
11 – The Waves Have Come     8:32
12 – Lone     2:38
Artists Themes: Feeling Blue Heartache Introspection Late Night
Band members:
Chelsea Wolfe — vocals, guitar
Ben Chisholm — synth, bass
Kevin Dockter — lead guitar
Dylan Fujioka — drums
Andrea Calderon — violin
Website: http://www.chelseawolfe.net/
Bandcamp: http://chelseawolfe.bandcamp.com/
MySpace: https://myspace.com/chelseawolfe
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cchelseawwolfe
Contact: Cathy Pellow: chelseawolfe@sargenthouse.com
Press: US: Motormouth Media || christine@motormouthmedia.com // UK: Trail of Press || Ivano@trailofpress.co.uk
Agent: North America: Christian Bernhardt || The Agency Group: christianbernhardt@theagencygroup.com // Europe/UK: Odyssey Booking || Vincent Royers: vincent@odysseybooking.com
   On Sept. 3, Wolfe will release her third album, Pain Is Beauty, via Sargent House. Pain and beauty are both pretty massive aspects of what Wolfe does, so the title seems pretty fitting. Co-produced by Wolfe and bandmate Ben Chisholm, Pain Is Beauty is said to be a more diverse set of songs than before, with its sounds swinging from the ambient to the crushingly heavy, with some electronic pulsation erupting in between. In a statement released with the announcement of the album, Wolfe made some poetically cryptic remarks about its direction: “Tormented love is something I understand more than society’s skewed idea of what love should be. Love is indelible, severe, earnest, merciful. To push forward against the odds is to make history.”
Musical style and infuences:
   Wolfe has cited an array of artists and specific genres as influences, including black metal and Scandinavian folk music, but has said: "I do have a hard time sticking to one genre, and honestly I prefer it that way. I'd rather be free to experiment and make the kind of art I want to make than be easy to define." Various critics have noted elements of doom, drone, black metal, gothic rock, folk and dark ambient in her music.
   In regards to her vocals, Wolfe has said: "I think deep down I wish I had one of those really gritty voices like Kurt Cobain, so maybe I'm making up for it with distorted guitars."
   Wolfe has also cited the visual elements of filmmaker Ingmar Bergman and photographer Nan Goldin as influences on her.
Studio Albums:
   The Grime and The Glow (2010) (Pendu Sound)
   Apokalypsis (2011) (Pendu Sound)
   Unknown Rooms: A Collection of Acoustic Songs (2012) (Sargent House)
   Pain Is Beauty (2013) (Sargent House)
Extended Plays, Compilations, etc.:
   Prayer for the Unborn (Latitudes Session) (2013) Southern Records
Live Albums:
   Live at Roadburn (2012) (Roadburn Records)

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