Random Start: Bloodlet – “Learn to Fly: Ascent”

Though Seraphim Fall was decent, I was already wary of Bloodlet slimming down to one guitarist, but announcing they were reuniting without Charlie King on drums drew even more cause for concern. Then this opening track on Three Humid Nights… opens with Scott Angelacos singing instead of his tortured screams. At first I thought I was being exposed to too much change, but, after a chorus of Scott’s typical vocals, the second verse of singing wasn’t as jarring. I’m not saying this record is the pinnacle of Bloodlet, but I was happy they released some more music before calling it a day (sans a reunion show).

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