6 thoughts on “Single Review: Hark- Mythopoeia

  1. […] Feather is more interesting. Opening with the kind of  big, rhythmically-hypnotic riff Taint used to revel in, it lacks any of the pop sheen on Keep Up. Instead it’s more in line with […]

  2. […] tracks from the Mythopoeia 7″ are present,  and the promise of the epic 7-minute  groove of ‘Sins On Sleeves’ and […]

  3. […] tracks from the Mythopoeia 7″ are present,  and the promise of the epic 7-minute  groove of ‘Sins On Sleeves’ and […]

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