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Boomkat Product Review:
Three Mile Pilot offshoot Black Heart Procession return with a sixth album, and entirely in-keeping with their suggestively demonic modus operandi, its simply titled Six. 'When You Finish Me' introduces the album in a style typical of the band's leanings towards gothic ballads, sounding a bit like a sad musical number in a Tim Burton film. 'Wasteland' hardly perks the mood up much, taking on a devilish Nick Cave, 'Red Right Hand' sort of feel that's further compounded by 'Heaven And Hell' and its companion piece 'Last Chance', both of which evoke fairground ghost train rides with their schlocky, Tom Waits-inspired blues stylings. There's a good deal more afoot here than knowing spook tactics, but these sort of sonic cues do manage to counterbalance the album's gloomy lyrics with a bit of a tongue-in-cheek foil. The band suppress these tendencies with great tracks like 'Witching Stone' however, still retaining the delightfully glum BHP sonic signatures whilst keeping a straight face. Recommended.