Bone Awl   An Obelisk Marks the Line
Release Date: 2020

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4.5 superbElectricFlannel | August 27th 20

I heard someone dug this up from underneath a burned down church

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5.0 classicQuattro Bajeena CONTRIBUTOR | August 9th 20

Arriving a whole 13 years after their debut record, An Obelisk Marks the Line is the second full-length album from blackened punk pioneers Bone Awl, and a piece well worth the wait. While the enigmatic duo have steadily been releasing material of great quality in the form of EPs, splits, and demos throughout the years since Meaningless Leaning Mess there's an obvious uptick in the caliber music here, fitting for a collection of songs that now comprises their second full-length album. Of course, being Bone Awl, one shouldn't expect a giant stylistic shift away from the black metal and punk hybrid they've been peddling for the better part of twenty years now, but when it comes to this style of music, nobody does it better, a point that An Obelisk Marks the Line drives home time and time again throughout the span of its half an hour runtime.

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