The Canadian indie metal trio brandish aching sparseness and density like weapons, cast tense atmospheres in languid tempos, mutating into eruptions of tempests. 

Their distortion is like a monster collapsing beneath its own weight. 

Their latest album, nature morte (2023), a reference to the art world’s stilleben, celebrates the beauty of decay. 

Robin Wattie’s voice is commanding and vulnerable, her gasps cut their way through the tidal sonic textures. 

The songs deal with hope and the consequences of trauma, often centering on the subjugation of femininity in all its pluralities. It is crushing and alarming. It is common and basic”.