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Six Organs of Admittance Brings the Cosmos Down to Earth

Six Organs of Admittance's Companion Rises begins and ends in a pre-dawn haze, shadowed by an inky sky that stretches out toward the cosmos before landing softly back on Earth.

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Even If You Knew: An Interview with Six Organs of Admittance

After bringing in some friends from his many other projects, Ben Chasny's Six Organs of Admittance has just put out their most thundering record ever, and sits down for his third go-round with PopMatters, telling us all about it ...

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Six Organs of Admittance: Ascent

On Ben Chasny's new, full-band, electric album, the guitars are less than ever conduits for texture and instead more traditional deliverers of heady riffs.

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Listening Ahead: Upcoming Releases for August

Even as the record release schedule slows down with the dog days of summer, there are still plenty of albums worth paying attention to in August, from under-the-radar efforts to new work from critical faves.

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Wide-Eyed Wonder: An Interview with Ben Chasny of Six Organs of Admittance

Six Organs of Admittance/Comets on Fire frontman Ben Chasny has a lot on his mind. Sitting down with PopMatters, he lets it all out, spilling a couple unique secrets in the process ...

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Six Organs of Admittance: RTZ

An involved (and involving) collection of mostly previously-released long-form folk explorations.

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Six Organs of Admittance: Shelter from the Ash

Ben Chasny returns with an album that manages to mesh together so many of his previous, disparate sounds into something intricate and strong.

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