Redemption At The Puritan’s Hand
25 April 2011
by Tom Dare
Part of Primordial’s enduring appeal is their distinctiveness within a genre where sounding like everyone else is all too often worn like a badge of honour. Obviously another part is that they have released scorchingly brilliant records, both in recent times and stretching back into their long career. Four years on from the peat-encrusted diamond that was To The Nameless Dead, the long wait for a follow up is now at an end, with Redemption At The Puritan’s Hand emerging from the mists of Eire.