Pale Divine – Consequence Of Time LP (black)
Once you get used to Pale Divine’s adjustments, Consequence of Time proves to be a pretty great offering of psychedelic doom. The otherworldly atmosphere and free-spirited pacing are a far cry from the morose musings of Cemetery Earth or even their 2018 self-titled album, but the band’s knack for tight riffs and efficient songwriting is on full display. This is definitely a grower, but those who were acquainted with Beelzefuzz will find this easier to get a feel for. Considering how great Pale Divine’s track record has been from the get-go, I imagine future developments with this lineup will be even stronger.