Editors’ Notes For album three, Denmark’s Iceage open with “On My Fingers,” a song that immediately suggests a Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds track with a very lubricated Cave leading the charge. But it’s merely singer Elias Bender Ronnenfelt slurring words while the group do their very best imitation of a merry band of pirates. A number of tracks suggest this comparison, but the group are aiming to transition from stylish punk rock to European art house/American blues. Drummer Dan Kjaer Nielsen keeps the tempo and provides the tribal flourishes necessary to turn even the ballad (“Glassy Eyed, Dormant and Veiled”) into something menacing.

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On My Fingers
1
5:14
 
The Lord's Favorite
2
3:49
 
How Many
3
3:21
 
Glassy Eyed, Dormant and Veiled
4
4:33
 
Stay
5
4:14
 
Let It Vanish
6
3:58
 
Abundant Living
7
2:30
 
Forever
8
4:51
 
Cimmerian Shade
9
4:35
 
Against the Moon
10
3:27
 
Simony
11
3:17
 
Plowing into the Field of Love
12
4:05
 

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