Review from Machine Music

August 25, 2023
From: Machine Music
Published: August 19, 2023

Speaking of majestic black metal EPs, Australian band Claret Ash is back with a fantastic new release that has to be some of the best "black metal" black metal I've heard this year. Ruthless and pretty at the same time, and just otherworldly in its feel and execution. This makes me think of all the wonderful melodic black metal of the late 90s early 2000s, in the best possible way. Wonderful. FFO: Wyrgher, Starer, Blood Abscission.

Review from Musipedia of Metal

August 25, 2023
From: Musipedia of Metal
Published: August 17, 2023

Weaving together narratives among common threads of collapse, resiliency, symbiosis, and renewal, Australia’s Claret Ash present the second instalment of the Worldtorn series with Worldtorn: Anemoia.

Opening proceeding with a flurry of fury is Cascadence Of The Twilight, which also contains nice, crisp basslines along with wonderful atmosphere and varying vocal styles. There are a lot of pieces that gel together well to give an i...

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Review from Metal Roos

August 7, 2023
From: Metal Roos
Published: August 6, 2023

It has been more than five years since the groundbreaking double album ‘The Great Adjudication’. Australia’s Claret Ash creates so much more than just epic atmospheric, melodic black metal. Their grand concepts of awakening are all interwoven into the ‘’WorldTorn’’ sequence.

Consisting of both new material and reinterpreted work, Anemoia is its own unique journey.  There is the excellent re-recording of ‘Ground Dweller’ fr...

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Released: August 11, 2023
Genre: Atmospheric Black Metal

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