The Good, The Bad & The Queen
Kingdom Of Doom
Kingdom Of Doom is the 2nd single taken from the Good, The Bad & The Queens self-titled album.
Like the first single Herculean, Kingdom Of Doom has a similarly atmospheric quality, with bursts of ghostly noise, guitar, chugging keys and Damon Albarn's gloomy vocals.
Kingdom Of Doom seems to display a contrasting mood, almost like rays of sunlight forcing their way through dark, overcast clouds. And again, it's hard to diffuse Albarn's ambitious project, because he just continues to come up with the goods. Excellent.
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