What I find interesting about this album is that while there is an unrelenting wall of sound made by blastbeats and discordant BM riffs, on several of the songs there is a melody that seems to have been deconstructed and scattered through the song..like moments of lucidity and peace in a nightmare. While I generally do not dig things that are "atmospheric" (read:dull) you might call this atmospheric death metal that is still quite technical and constantly surprising.
Favorite track: Relent.
Noise on Beaten by Craig Johnson (Deceased Estates)
Bass composition and performance on Were by Peter Kossen (MAKING, Tanned Christ)
Vocals, guitars, bass, programming, effects, engineering, mixing, mastering by Brendan Sloan in "Norway" July 2017 - January 2018
Yes, even the choirs.
If the equipment or process interests you, talk to me.
Hannah; everything has changed. Jef, again, and for ever. Craig and Pete; the sauce on this steak. Geordie Stafford. Gabriele Gramaglia. Nick, James, Mike for continuing to put up with me. Netto and Tim, unstoppable hammers of total death. Schwegs and the rest of Pyrrhon for perspective. Nick, Jessie, Ben, Cam, James, Kate and Rusty. Jordan. Forge. Rob & Nox. Jack, Nick, Darcy, Jesse. Dave Tremblay. Mattia and Luciano. Candace Powell. Patrick Loggen. dana geier and the kitten.
... and anyone who has reached out to me for a chat, or given a shit about what I'm trying to do. Thank you all. I hope it's worth it.
Members of Adrift For Days, Squat Club, Five Star Prison Cell, Serious Beak and a billion other things writing some heady desert prog. Music for unsheathing scimitars. Listen to the drums: Evan! Convulsing
I'm a member, but I was a fan long before. I'm privileged to play these songs with Nick, Mike and James. This is their baby, I'm just looking after it. Feature length film to accompany it! Madness. Convulsing