5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Best so far,
This review is from: Kill The Wolf (Audio CD)
I've lived with this album for a couple of weeks, and I really do think it's Matt Berrys' best yet. Whereas Opium seemed like a demo album (although excellent and well polished), and Witchazel held together well as an album, Kill The Wolf brings it all together. It has a kind of Wicker Man / Blood On Satans Claw 1970's Englishness to it, and seems to take itself more seriously than its predecessors.
Highlights for me are Fallen Angel, Medicine, October Sun and Untitled, but really I love the whole thing.
I also think the back cover is hilarious, now that's tongue in cheek!
Nicely done Sir.