top of page
cover_edited.jpg

SHELTERING SKY

'punishing drone riffs mixed with instances of Doom, Sludge, Crust and Post-Metal make Sheltering Sky one of the most emotionally involving and brutal experiences I've heard this year'

outlawsofthesun

With its namesake taken from Paul Bowles's 1949 masterpiece, Sheltering Sky evokes the same bleak and oppressive natural elements of heat, desert, and rock. On the one hand, the album is a love letter to the unforgiving and ruthless Australian natural environment, and on the other, an examination of our lives inside it.  

Recorded at Sleepwalkers Dread and released by Art as Catharsis.

‘... reclaim ruin from shifting sands, snakes twist like rope in the burning grass.

Close your eyes to the feeding crows. Will made whole, frost shattered stone.’

SHELTERING SKY: About
bottom of page