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LINGUA IGNOTA: SMALL MERCIES

When Kristin Hayter moved to Pennsylvania, she ended up inadvertently living across from Three Mile Island – the site of the worst nuclear disaster in American history. The morning of 28 March 1979, a pressure valve in the plant’s second…

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LINGUA IGNOTA - SINNER GET READY BILLBOARD FIRST WEEK CHARTS

Lingua Ignota's album SINNER GET READY on the first week US only charts via Billboard.

 

#2 Top New Artist Albums 

#21 Top Current Album Sales 

#36 Top Overall Album Sales

#4 Top Independent Current Albums 

#4 Current Rock Albums 

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SINNER GET READY RECEIVES 8.0 PITCHFORK REVIEW


Pitchfork staff writer Madison Bloom reviewed Lingua Ignota's new album Sinner Get Ready. Bloom says of the record:

"Kristin Hayter’s latest is an intense and frightening religious inquiry, incorporating traditional Appalachian instruments and samples from televangelist sermons."

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INTERVIEW: LINGUA IGNOTA’S APPALACHIAN GOTHIC

Kristin Hayter sings, speaks, and occasionally shouts on her new record, but she doesn’t scream. Unlike her previous work as Lingua Ignota, there’s very little to tie her songs on Sinner Get Ready to black metal or noise. “It might…

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ALBUM REVIEW: LINGUA IGNOTA 'SINNER GET READY' //METAL INJECTION

 

 

 

 

Lingua Ignota announcing Sinner Get Ready got many responses like: “Get Ready? We’re still recovering from Caligula!” If that seems hyperbolic, check out “Do You Doubt Me Traitor.” Kristin Hayter’s 2019 album Caligula is an emotional blunderbuss spanning neo-classical, death…