The Builders and The Butchers
Fifteen seconds into “Golden and Green,” the first song on the Builders and the Butchers’ second album, Salvation Is a Deep Dark Well, Ryan Sollee’s voice whispers about death and blood and scars and burning houses. By the end, he’s screaming maniacally at the top of his lungs about hell, like Robert Mitchum’s homicidal preacher in The Night of the Hunter. Tonight marks the release of the Builders' latest album Western Medicine. Let's see what dark places they visit this time around!
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