Chelsea Wolfe has a niche for creating pop music that is layered in distortion. Her newest song release “After The Fall” surely reflects that, and reigns in the influence that her sleep paralysis disorder has on her upcoming album Abyss. Wolfe most recently released a video for “Carrion Flowers.”
Each song that has been released so far dabbles into macabre themes that grind against her clean vocals, creating an industrial feel that crashes at the chorus of the song and creates an apocalyptic uproar.
Abyss is set to be released on August 7th. You can listen to “After The Fall” below.