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Blind Divine / Press

“ "BLIND DIVINE HAS CARVED OUT A TERRIFIC SOUND FROM THE DARK AND THE MELANCHOLY REGIONS OF ALTERNATIVE ROCK WITH HYPNOTIC FEMALE VOCALS AND ALLURING GUITARSCAPES."”

Gene Armstrong - Tucson Weekly

"BLIND DIVINE ARE EXPERTS AT MAKING UNUSUAL MOOD MUSIC. THERE IS AN OTHERWORLDLY QUALITY TO MANY OF THEIR TRACKS, A FEELING OF TIMELESS NOSTALGIA. A CINEMATIC BREADTH TO THE MUSIC THAT READILY STIRS UP MENTAL IMAGERY AND ASSOCIATIVE RECOLLECTIONS."

Andrew Plotkin - -MORPHEUS

"The group Blind Divine have some serious talent. This is not easy listening for punk rockers & gothic music freaks alike...this is definately something different...there is something new and exiting going on here and I am not affraid to admit it. Luscious melodies, swirling and subtle ambience, and beautifully crafted lyrics coupled with near perfect vocal deliveries over down-tempo'ish beats all layered with amazing piano and similar sounds really drive it all home. Nothing to rock out to, but that's OK, because sometimes you need to just slow down and contemplate where it is that life is trying to take you. Thanks for making music that matters."

Art Brainz

“...haunting to the degree where everything feels a little fuzzy inside. Killer!!!”

Colin O-Connor - Pzing Pzing

"Sometimes recalling artists like Massive Attack, Portishead, Sneaker Pimps, and Tori Amos and at other times slightly reminiscent of Akira Yamaoka's work from the later Silent Hill soundtracks, Blind Divine's Devouring the Beautiful is a lovely outing with careful attention paid to sonic elements and production. Fans of the aforementioned artists or moody ethereal trip-hop in general will likely find this cohesive compilation exceptionally strong and worthwhile with both mainstream and underground appeal."

Grave Concerns "Your Underground Music Resource"
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