Harm Wulf are a 1 man band from Pennsylvania that plays a mixture of rock, folk and experimental with a touch of hardcore and this is a review of his 2013 album "There's Honey In The Soil We Wait For The Till" which was released by Deathwish Records.
"Oldfur" begins with some soft acoustic guitar playing that combine folk and rock together which leads up to some dark and melodic sounding vocals and the song closes with some spoken word parts.
"Silk Soul" begins with some heavy guitar distortion and acoustic guitars which lead up to the vocals and you can also hear some percussion's being utilized in the song and there are all some female vocals in certain sections of the song.
"Astral Oblivion" begins with some tribal style percussion before the acoustic guitars come in along with some male and female vocals.
"When Old Becomes New" begins with some soft acoustic guitar playing and then some whispered vocals start coming into the song and towards the end their is a brief use of synths and spoken word samples.
"More Weight" begins with some acoustic guitars that are very dark sounding along with some melodic clean singing vocals and then percussion's and distorted noises start making their way into the song.
"Spectrum Blues" begins with some dark sounding acoustic guitars and vocals and you can hear some different sounds being utilized in the background.
"We Hold Empty Names" begins with some acoustic guitars that utilize both finger picking and full chords which also leads up to some vocals and the song is long and epic in length.
"Bonepicker" begins with some acoustic guitars that utilize finger picking and then the melodic vocals make their way into the song and after awhile t he guitars start utilizing some full chords.
"Theres Honey In The Soul So We Wait For The Till (" begins with some acoustic guitar that utilize some finger picking and then the vocals start coming in along with some dark sounds being utilized in the background and after awhile full chords are added into the guitars along with some drum beats and towards the end distorted guitar effects are added in and the song closes with spoken word parts.
Song lyrics cover dark and metaphysical themes, while the production has a very strong, powerful, and dark sound to it.
In my opinion Harm Wulf are a very great sounding hybrid of rock, folk and experimental and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this genre. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Oldfur" "Astral Oblivion" "We Hold Empty Names" and "Theres Honey In The Soul So We Wait For The Till (". RECOMMENDED BUY.