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Eternal Home by Fire-Toolz


Eternal Home

Release Date: Oct 15, 2021

Genre(s): Electronic, Experimental, Avant-Garde, Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Progressive Metal, Glitch, Electro-Industrial, Sound Collage, Vaporwave

Record label: Hausu Mountain


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Album Review: Eternal Home by Fire-Toolz

Great, Based on 2 Critics

Pitchfork - 76
Based on rating 7.6/10

Fire-Toolz's work has always felt designed for life indoors. Listening to Chicago producer Angel Marcloid's psychedelic splatters of new age, prog metal, vaporwave, and digital noise captures the distinct feeling of growing up online, with the entire history of recorded music just a keyboard click away. As with similarly minded artists like Galen Tipton and 100 gecs, Marcloid depicts the internet as a place where leaping between genres is as easy as switching tabs, the line between "good" and "bad" taste is all but meaningless, and you can let your personal soundtrack get as weird as you want from the safety of your headphones.

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Dusted Magazine
Opinion: Excellent

Photo by Lyndon French Eternal Home by Fire-Toolz Genre erasing polymath Angel Marcloid doesn't do half measures and her new album as Fire-Toolz goes big in every sense. Eternal Home is a challenging proposition, not because it is difficult or overwhelming, which it can be, or because at 80 minutes over four discs, it's a lot. It's challenging because it invites you to rewire your brain away from binary notions of genre.

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