Album Review: Two Gallants
  • THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 06, 2012

  • Posted by: Andrew Gruttadaro

Two Gallants have always seemed like they're from some other time, or rather, some time that has never existed. Playing songs that border on country, rock, and metal, with gothic and folklore themes, it's as if the band grew up in Civil War-era Appalachia before they took a time machine to the 21st century to discover metal music. Imagine The White Stripes scoring the Hatfield-McCoy Feud. Two Gallants' odd mix of styles has historically produced varied results -- some profound sense of timelessness, and some indecipherable mush. The Bloom and the Blight is an overall harder album, but the same highs and lows remain.

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