Hand Of Dust is one of the most interesting acts going on right now in Copenhagen and they’re finally delivering their first full-length album.
In the past few months the band took its time to refine the style already shown on the Walk In White single (released by Avant! last year) and the wait has been rewarded in full.
The dark folk/rock sound of their first two EPs has now come to a perfect, extended formula with Like Breath Beneath A Veil.
Ten new songs defined in martial stomps, semi-acoustic guitars drenched in reverberation and throbbing, vibrant bass lines. A fistful of ballads pregnant with tragedy and unavoidability. There’s no fanfarelike hyperbole here, only a raw, solemn gait marching onward to godknows-where.
“for your seeds and your soils / they’re hollow / your torment and your toils / they’re hollow / of ilk hollow” – Apocalyptic folk in the literal sense.
A1 Feast Of Tails
A3 Born In The Summer
B1 Roses In The Sawmill
B2 Encased In Amber
B3 Dip Your Tongues In Slaughter
B4 Sex Never Sleeps
B5 Nothing Was Ever The Same Again