They take their name from the "The Black Angel's Death Song" by the Velvet Underground and ominously sing about war, paranoia, devastation, hell and death--of course, death--over a weighty, dark-hued, funereal rock drone. So one might naturally expect to find the Black Angels hunkered down in a decaying urban warehouse with well-thumbed copies of Camus and Sartre scattered about, nodding out from the... More >>>