Rob Prichard’s Review on A Place to Bury Strangers at Elsewhere
At Thursday night’s record release show at Elsewhere (April 12), A Place to Bury Strangers was a force of nature channeling an intense blend of pagan cosmic psychedelic industrial energy into an incredible wall of sound. I was thinking to myself, “so this is what it’s like being in God’s factory.” Before the first song was over Oliver Ackermann’s guitar was destroyed. I was witnessing and hearing creative destruction in action full of dark relentless, explosive energy and mayhem. Awe-inspiring, furious and sublimely over the top. In short one of the best shows ever.