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“Occasionally a record comes along that, for some reason, is extremely difficult to write about. Whether that’s because it’s terrible or there’s a lot to take in or that you just love it so damn much, it can take on a life of its own and drag you down into a pit of complete despair before you’ve figured out that it’s happening. All Hail Corrosion is a tough work to talk about, and not because it’s awful – far from it. It’s not even that there’s too much going on but it’s because it’s so simple yet so overwhelming in its emotional structure and ritualistic vibrations. Ephemeros do more than tug on the heartstrings with their debut and this three track monolith of an album is so wonderfully despondent that sitting through it all at once in order to get some thoughts locked down becomes a struggle.”