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Not all prayers will be heard by God

December 18, 2020
Backxwash - God Has Nothing To Do With This Leave Him Out Of It

Prayers to God for help begins the Backxwash - God Has Nothing To Do With This Leave Him Out Of It album's title track, then receding into the background under the pressure of an angry recitative, left alone with a pensive background music, but then again uniting with prayers for God's salvation. Keyboard notes and echoes of mystical ghosts are combined with hasty vocal exclamations in the Black Magic (Feat. Ada Rook) twilight haze of impenetrable twilight. The Spells (Feat. Devi Mccallion) continues the theme of sorcery, starting with the echoes of ritual dances and bringing in a vague melancholy with a vocal part before the lead vocal narration opens.
The pulsating anxiety of musical uncertainty creates a backdrop for vocal experiences intertwining phrases with mysterious echoes of the Black Sheep musical background. The mystical musical intrigue of the Hell's Interlude (Feat. Fatherfake) track rolls in waves of mysterious anticipation, intriguing before the introduction of an angry vocal narration, accentuating curse words and a furious reluctance to fall Into The Void (Feat. Malldate) after the sermon.
The Adolescence vocala monologue comes to the fore in confessions and confessions that tell about past disasters and explain the storyteller's activities. Then the distorted echoes of the cruel tyrant's speech are met with the Amen vocals opposition, exploding with emotional rebellion. The Heaven's Interlude (Feat. Skin) wordless melodies of the singing fairy vaguely and wordlessly complement the howl of a distant trumpet calling the righteous to enter the heavenly palaces and acts as an introduction to the final composition of the album, Redemption (Feat. Will Owen Bennett), in which echoes of country style are manifested in the introduction, but then the vocal monologue sums up the meaning and essence of the album.