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Antithesis of Light
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 4, 2016 at 21:52|
|Hands up, all y'all who are into funeral doom. I'm guessing not many. The song titles and runing times should clue you in, but I'll give you another hint: this is not music to drink beer and jump around the room to. Slow, slow s-l-o-w tempos, with alternately whispered and roared vocals, and strange, eerie melodies. It's not death metal--it's like dead metal, in that it actually sounds like it's coming from a grave. Antithesis Of Light? Damn right! This music, and its appropriately cavernous production, has me picturing a cave deep underground, populated by strange creatures who've never seen a ray of light. You gotta be twisted to actually enjoy listening to this on disc--who in their right mind would actually want to go see this shit live? (The band know this, and don't like to play out either, thank you very much.) Having said all that, this is actually a great disc, for the style, but its appeal is just so limited, even among people who live and breathe extreme metal. In a way, thi
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 4, 2016 at 21:54|
|In a way, this is as extreme as you can get, not so much in terms of the actual performances, but in its utterly soul-crushing, pitch-black atmosphere.
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