LA folk doom-weaver Chelsea Wolfe whose 2011 album Apokalypsis earned her more than her fair share of fans, many of them in the metal community. Indeed, Chelsea Wolfe was probably the last person on Earth who expected to have a large following of hairy, stoned men but her appearance at Roadburn (to a sizeable crowd) and the fact that her set is now being released as a limited edition vinyl is testament to her truly breath-taking collection of ghostly songs. She creates music that feels removed from normal life - and in this live capacity, with the inevitable festival weed-cloud filling the air, you can imagine the force that her songs would have when you can feel the kick of the drums and her wailing voice beating in your chest. When you’re an artist who has concocted two such otherworldly albums, it’s impressive how well-represented the songs are in the hands of Wolfe and her talented band. Don’t come to Chelsea Wolfe Live at Roadburn 2012 expecting controversy or change, come for the atmosphere, the likes of which few artists are capable of creating.