Friday Full-Length: Pilgrim, Misery Wizard

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“Misery Wizard” leads even further down into the D&D-pit-of-despair that¬† Community Service Essay Doral services help in Dubai, UAE. Assignmentwriting.ae was founded on the desire to the provision of quality submissions in all our tasks. With the rising education demands in UAE and GCC, it is imminent that students will always compete to edge their peers in terms of performance. Pilgrim craft atmospherically — so much fog and lurk and rolling-of-ones to be had — and arrives as the first of three more extended tracks that comprise the meat of the album, along with “Quest” (9:52) and “Masters of the Sky.” By the time it’s done, “Misery Wizard” is righteously torturous, and “Quest” at first continues the thread, but picks up the tempo shortly before the halfway point, feeling like something of a lifeline thrown to the listener making their way through the dense humidity of the record as a whole, and though it doesn’t last but for a few minutes and the song ends with the album’s loudest ring of feedback, that stretch serves its purpose well. I’ll take “Masters of the Sky” as the highlight of the album,¬† Rossi‘s voice reaching desperately upward through the mix in the early going, layered in the second half and more forward, but still morose and placed well in the raw crash that surrounds ahead of another noisy finish.

Given its speedier shift, there’s really nowhere else to stick “Adventurer” but ahead of 12-minute closer “Forsaken Man.” It never gets quite to¬†High on Fire-level brash, but it’s not far off, and in a different pilgrim misery wizardcontext — and a much smoother production — that main riff wouldn’t have been out of place on a record by¬†The Sword. In¬†Pilgrim‘s hands, the groove is fervent but the tailspin is more dangerous, and the cymbal wash and noise that consumes the better part of the last 40 seconds feels earned in a ringing-out kind of fuckall topped with more feedback.

And speaking of feedback — have I mentioned feedback? — the launch of “Forsaken Man” is like slamming headfirst into a wall of it before the band enact their lurchiest of lurches. The culmination of¬†Misery Wizard hits into another level of grueling, cracking itself open after seven minutes to obscure gurgling, chanting or whatever it is before surging back somewhat to its zombified post-Saint Vitus march, which caps of course in suitably miserable fashion and yet more feedback. Pilgrim having established the method and unfurled their aural punishment at will throughout, it’s only fair they should underscore the point in the album’s final seconds. You wouldn’t call it brutal in the death metal sense, but it’s far from friendly.

I was lucky enough to see¬†Pilgrim three times during this era. The first time was at a show in Brooklyn with Windhand and¬†Magic Circle (review here) and the second time was¬†Stoner Hands of Doom XII in Connecticut (review here), where they were slotted among the headliners and indeed pulled one of the weekend’s best crowds as I recall, and the third time was again in Brooklyn (review here). For such sonically downtrodden fare, the excited vibe around their set at the latter venue was palpable. People were into it. The hype was real and justified. They seemed like a band ready to hit the road, and they were, and they did, touring with¬†Windhand, Heavy Temple,¬†Age of Taurus and Spirit Caravan, among others during their time.

A follow-up to¬†Misery Wizard arrived in March 2014’s¬†II: Void Worship (review here), which found¬†Rossi all the more stepped into his role as frontman as the band tightened their songwriting and explored new reaches of melody that they would seem to have discovered on tour. They’d been to¬†Roadburn 2013 (review here) by then and were no longer kids getting their feet under them as a touring band or playing to genre so much as looking to make their mark on it. One recalls their video for “The Paladin” (posted here) as being particularly emblematic of their aesthetic and putting¬†Rossi at the fore.

His death on Oct. 26, 2017, was the end of the band. By then,¬†Pilgrim was him,¬†Dietrich and¬†Brad “Bradoc the Thunderer” Richardson on drums, and though he was only 26 years old, he’d already had significant impact on the doom underground and an influence on how the up and coming generation of riffers interacted with what had come before them. In my experience with him, he was a shy but friendly enough guy. His loss was deeply felt.

And that’s a sad note to end on, but I can’t help think of the potential¬†Pilgrim had for a longer-term progression that never got to play out. Nine years after their debut, who knows what they might’ve accomplished by this time. Maybe nothing else. Maybe they would’ve broken up — their long tour with¬†Spirit Caravan was a big disillusion moment for them, as well as a fiscal drain — or maybe their third album would’ve been their best yet. We’ll never get to know. What’s important to keep in mind with that is that not knowing doesn’t undercut the value or achievement that was either¬†Misery Wizard or the sophomore outing, and that just because the potential didn’t have the chance to be fulfilled doesn’t mean it wasn’t there in the first place.

This was a good band.

As always, I hope you enjoy. Thanks for reading.

Another week.

This week I got to live one of my true parenting nightmares: poop in the bathtub. I’ve been in charge of The Pecan’s bathtime since before he could sit up. Three and a half years and counting, bathtime has been my purview. He’s always hated the bath, even though he’s got toys galore that live in the tub, bubblebath, the whole nine. He doesn’t want water in his face and I do my best to see that he doesn’t get it.

Because he’s so miserable going in his diaper at this point and yet terrified of the toilet because he’s not already completely mastered using it — or, in fact, using it at all — he holds in his poop. For, like, two days before he can’t anymore. That moment came yesterday while he was taking a bath. He was duly horrified. I had to dig through bubbles to find poop nuggets, staying calm and saying it was okay, it was an accident, accidents happen, and all that. I’d always dreaded poop in the tub. I guess it says something about the mundane horrors of parenting that by the time it actually happened, all that shit wasn’t shit, as it were.

Our next door neighbors have a newborn. You can see the drawn look in their faces. I think the guy’s a cop? I don’t know. We’re wave-to-each-other cordial. Every now and again The Patient Mrs. has a conversation. We went out when they brought the kid home. He was squidgy as newborns are. I like that age well enough. They just need you and sleep intermittently. I’ve been thinking about that time — end of 2017 — a lot as a result. I was pretty much dying. I found a picture of myself the other day from a month before he was born. I look sick and I was. Full on bulimic. What’re you gonna do. There’s a big part of me that misses that. The feeling of control. Shrug. Xanax to shut the ol’ brain up.

The weekends are hard lately, no break. I don’t remember what’s up for Monday but I know the week is full. Hang on. Yeah. Yo No Se video premiere Monday. Tuesday Mourn the Light. Wednesday Melissa. Thursday Wytch and Bottomless. Friday I’m gonna review something. Maybe Heavy Temple or St√∂ner, depending on my mood. Shrug again.

Alright, I think we’re all caught up. New Gimme show today, 5PM, and I still don’t know if I’m posting this before or after the Jack Harlon thing. I think before, because technically in Australia that post will be for Saturday morning? I don’t know. I’ll think about it while I dick around at Wegmans and look at food I’m not gonna let myself eat. It goes like that sometimes.

Thanks for reading. Great and safe weekend. Hydrate. Watch your head. Do what you need to do to get through the day. Go buy some Obelisk shorts from David at MIBK. He’s a great guy.

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5 Responses to “Friday Full-Length: Pilgrim, Misery Wizard

  1. Mike H says:

    Ah yes, poop in the tub. Similar to you, I did most of the baths (each time he pooped in the tub, of course). I can remember the first time as if it were yesterday…and the last. Bot sure if there were any in between. I recently relayed that story to him because of something we saw n TV triggered a memory…he was mortified by the story. Probably something that happens with all kids…I think my daughter did it too. Her issue was the same as what you describe the Pecan’s to be. I think the boy just needed to go and did, each time…not fully realizing what his body was doing and where. There were a few times he sat dripping wet on the toilet because of an announcement and we never took time to dry him off, afraid he would let go.

    I gotta revisit this album… ;-)

  2. SabbathJeff says:

    Thanks for the hazy flashback. I was also at that June ’12 gig at Vitus Bar. WTF ever happened to Bezoar?! Saw them open, fell hard in love, evidently, as I bought (and still 9 years later) spin that s/t CD, and then they vanished just as quickly as they emerged. Gotta respect those one and dones, when the one is great. I’ll throw Misery Wizard in Betsy for tmrw – good call, JJ.

    • JJ Koczan says:

      Justin from Bezoar is in Somnuri now. I think Sara and Tyler started a family and a boutique and that was it for the band. They were great though. Really original take.

      • SabbathJeff says:

        Duty called, understood. Grateful to have gotten the one record.
        I pre-ordered the new Somnuri (because blind trust/audiophilia addiction) from Blues Funeral; all the more stoked knowing an ex-Bezoar member is involved!

  3. William says:

    I’m the caregiver too. Our kid had almost a year of holding in poo. The day she did it, she’d be a delight, then gradually got more awful as the days increased that she didn’t. She screamed at me when she was on the potty or loo, shouting “I can’t” or whatever, but then she cracked it, and now she poos every day.

    Shit happens, and it will. And I shouldn’t have been so worried about it.

    Keep up the good work.

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