Sunday, November 6, 2016

Disfiguring the Goddess - Sleeper (2012)

Solo US slam-death. Gutturals, synthetic-sounding guitars, tight, tech-y drumming, and arpeggiating synths, all wrapped up in a ridiculously heavy production job that points towards dude's other gig as a dubstep producer. Now that this style's not so fashionable, can we all just admit how rad it is? Call it industrial metal if it helps you -- just admit it, man.

Track listing:
1. Sleeper
2. Queen Kingdom
3. Daughter of Depths
4. Lady Epicenter
5. Vines of Aftermath
6. Mountain
7. Ocean Tomb

Void leacher

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1 comment:

  1. Personally I could do without some of the electronic flourishes but I have no objections to this genre's entirely formulaic use of breakdowns. This is good.