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Healing Through Fire (Deluxe Edition)

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Ah, what to make of Orange Goblin -- a band that's almost always produced good, sometimes great, but rarely categorically excellent music over the course of a decade and five CDs, which saw them slowly transition away from the fading stoner/doom movement that originally inspired them before reaching something of a creative impasse on 2004's Thieving from the House of God. If anything, that album's more traditional but also less distinctive brand of heavy rock and metal was largely offset by the upside that was guitarist Joe Hoare's successful handling of all six-string duties, following the departure of co-founding guitarist Pete O'Mally. But its long awaited successor, Healing Through Fire, has no such excuse for not delivering the goods -- especially after marinating for a whole three years. Here, once again, Orange Goblin appear committed to treading the heavy metal middle ground, yet listeners may still spot a few subliminal signs of stoner rock hiding just beneath the surface of tracks like "Hot Knives and Open Sores" (featuring an inverted Trouble riff) and epic closer "Beginner's Guide to Suicide" -- not to mention vocalist Ben Ward flirting with a low-slung growl, reminiscent of Clutch's Neil Fallon on occasion. But with the possible exception of uniquely memorable opener "The Ballad of Solomon Eagle" and the also stoner-reminiscent "Cities of Frost," typical new efforts like "The Ale House Braves," "Hounds Ditch," and "They Come Back" mostly just sound belabored, stunted, even mediocre, before second-half thrash-outs manage to break them out of their dispiriting rut. OK, so the aforementioned Hoare once again deserves credit for his one-man power chord tour de force, plus surprising forays into acoustic classicism ("Mortlake (Dead Water)") and twangy swamp blues ("Beginner's Guide to Suicide" again), but in most other respects, Healing Through Fire only illustrates Orange Goblin's "always good, sometimes great, rarely excellent" dilemma. Who else wants to bet that their next album will mark a full-scale return to stoner rock? [Special editions of Healing Through Fire also boast a bonus DVD containing about 30 minutes of mostly unimpressive live performance, recorded at London's Mean Fiddler, with brief but amusing studio and interview footage interspersed among the ten tracks.]
© Eduardo Rivadavia /TiVo

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1
The Ballad Of Solomon Eagle
00:05:18

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2007 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

2
Vagrant Stomp
00:04:10

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2007 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

3
The Ale House Braves
00:03:50

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2007 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

4
Cities Of Frost
00:05:35

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2007 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

5
Hot Knives And Open Sores
00:04:21

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2007 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

6
Hounds Ditch
00:05:30

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2007 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

7
Mortlake (Dead Water)
00:02:11

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2007 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

8
They Come Back (Harvest Of Skulls)
00:04:44

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2007 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

9
Beginners Guide To Suicide
00:08:09

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2007 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

10
The Ballad Of Solomon Eagle (Live, Radio One Rock Show)
00:05:03

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2014 BBC BBC

11
They Come Back (Harvest Of Skulls) (Live, Radio One Rock Show)
00:04:46

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2014 BBC BBC

12
Scorpionica (Live, Radio One Rock Show)
00:03:22

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Peter O'Malley, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2010 BBC BBC

13
Blue Snow (Live, Radio One Rock Show)
00:04:04

Chris Turner, Composer - Kevin Ward, Composer - Ben Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Peter O'Malley, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer - Pete O'Malley, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2010 BBC BBC

14
The Ballad Of Solomon Eagle (Demo)
00:05:24

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

15
They Come Back (Harvest Of Skulls) (Demo)
00:05:09

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

16
New Rose (Demo)
00:02:41

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

DISC 2

1
Intro (Live)
00:00:52

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

2
Some You Win, Some You Lose (Live)
00:03:31

Chris Turner, Composer - Kevin Ward, Composer - Ben Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

3
Quincy The Pig Boy (Live)
00:04:06

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Peter O'Malley, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

4
Getting High On The Bad Times (Live)
00:04:17

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Peter O'Malley, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

5
The Ballad Of Solomon Eagle (Live)
00:03:13

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

6
Hot Magic, Red Planet (Live)
00:04:01

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Peter O'Malley, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

7
Round Up The Horses (Live)
00:05:47

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

8
They Come Back (Harvest Of Skulls) (Live)
00:04:52

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

9
Your World Will Hate This (Live)
00:02:42

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Peter O'Malley, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

10
Blue Snow (Live) Explicit
00:04:15

Chris Turner, Composer - Kevin Ward, Composer - Ben Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Peter O'Malley, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer - Pete O'Malley, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

11
Scorpionica (Live) Explicit
00:03:45

Kevin Ward, Composer - Orange Goblin, MainArtist - Martyn Millard, Composer - Christopher Turner, Composer - Peter O'Malley, Composer - Joseph Hoare, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Orange Goblin Orange Goblin

Album Description

Ah, what to make of Orange Goblin -- a band that's almost always produced good, sometimes great, but rarely categorically excellent music over the course of a decade and five CDs, which saw them slowly transition away from the fading stoner/doom movement that originally inspired them before reaching something of a creative impasse on 2004's Thieving from the House of God. If anything, that album's more traditional but also less distinctive brand of heavy rock and metal was largely offset by the upside that was guitarist Joe Hoare's successful handling of all six-string duties, following the departure of co-founding guitarist Pete O'Mally. But its long awaited successor, Healing Through Fire, has no such excuse for not delivering the goods -- especially after marinating for a whole three years. Here, once again, Orange Goblin appear committed to treading the heavy metal middle ground, yet listeners may still spot a few subliminal signs of stoner rock hiding just beneath the surface of tracks like "Hot Knives and Open Sores" (featuring an inverted Trouble riff) and epic closer "Beginner's Guide to Suicide" -- not to mention vocalist Ben Ward flirting with a low-slung growl, reminiscent of Clutch's Neil Fallon on occasion. But with the possible exception of uniquely memorable opener "The Ballad of Solomon Eagle" and the also stoner-reminiscent "Cities of Frost," typical new efforts like "The Ale House Braves," "Hounds Ditch," and "They Come Back" mostly just sound belabored, stunted, even mediocre, before second-half thrash-outs manage to break them out of their dispiriting rut. OK, so the aforementioned Hoare once again deserves credit for his one-man power chord tour de force, plus surprising forays into acoustic classicism ("Mortlake (Dead Water)") and twangy swamp blues ("Beginner's Guide to Suicide" again), but in most other respects, Healing Through Fire only illustrates Orange Goblin's "always good, sometimes great, rarely excellent" dilemma. Who else wants to bet that their next album will mark a full-scale return to stoner rock? [Special editions of Healing Through Fire also boast a bonus DVD containing about 30 minutes of mostly unimpressive live performance, recorded at London's Mean Fiddler, with brief but amusing studio and interview footage interspersed among the ten tracks.]
© Eduardo Rivadavia /TiVo

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