The Flying Boy Looks Earthward (2012)
In their sophomore effort, Garden of Ashes turns further toward embracing a less-traditional approach to aggressive music—complementing dark, looping musical segments with mechanical and spoken-word samples that weave stories of sadness, murder and awakening.
The Rebirth is Irrelevant (2006)
In the first independent release from a musical partnership that begin to the early 1990s, Garden of Ashes delivers a collection of progressive metal rooted in 70’s-era blues that sticks like wet cinder to flesh.
Using an approach to songwriting that is sometimes dirty, always raw, this debut album winds through eight tracks of gray stories and self-reflection. Like touring a fresh wreckage, “The Rebirth is Irrelevant” visits society’s underbelly through a steady pace of heavy, sludgy metal.