The eight album from this US band.
The band was trio with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars and vocals.
A guest musicians provided piano on one song.
The band has so far given us seven albums full of spaced out post metal. There is a lot of space rock in their music, but without being space rock.
Their music can sound primitive and bleak too.
There is no change on Our Raw Heart. It is more of the same, really.
Lots of guitars and bass on some pretty primitive, basic songs. The songs ebbs and flows a lot.
The band tries to branch out on a couple of the songs here and there is some rays of sun here. But most of this album is bleak.
There is a lot going for their brand of music and this seventy-five minutes long album is something their fans will really enjoy.
And so do I as I both like this type of music and that I can see the quality here.
This is indeed a good album and one well worth checking out.