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Boomkat Product Review:
"The members of Golden Void have been connected musically off and on since they were teenagers. After playing in various bands together and apart throughout high school and the intervening years, Isaiah Mitchell (guitar / vocals, also of Earthless), Aaron Morgan (bass), and Justin Pinkerton (drums) coalesced as Golden Void after Mitchell’s move to the Bay Area in 2009. When the group realized they needed a keyboard player, the addition of Camilla Saufly-Mitchell (Assemble Head In Sunburst Sound) seemed only natural. Golden Void explores the dichotomy of destruction and devotion. On the galloping opener ‘Art Of Invading’ Mitchell describes the destructive acts of the ‘invader’, over raw, fuzzy guitars and Pinkerton’s steady 6/8 groove. On closer ‘Atlantis’ Mitchell sings about rising seas cleansing the earth of people and culture while displaying some of the most impressive, and chillingly calm, vocal harmonies non the record. Conversely, ‘Jetsun Dolma’ examines devotion through the use of Tibetan Buddhism’s 21 Taras, enchanced by Saufly-Mitchell’s otherworldly keyboard. Throughout, the album is driven and lifted by the stellar guitar work of Isaiah Mitchell. The album was recorded live to tape by Phil Manley (Trans Am) at Lucky Cat Studios in San Francisco and mastered and cut from tape by Roger Seibal at SAE in Tucson."