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. 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.

  2. Absolutely fuckin' brilliant....
    BTW, why some of the more interesting technical death metal bands are in reality solo projects?? another one is DRESSED FOR APOCALYPSE from Sardinia, Italy!!!