Black Vomit from Sheffield (England) concocted an ear-splitting post-rock
rumination on grindcore, black metal, industrial music and acid-rock on
Jungle Death (Rusty Axe, 2009).
The eerie quiet of A Premonition Of Inevitable Doom, already destabilized
by an ominous rumble, is devastated by the
extreme fit of instrumental grindcore of Deluge From Hell.
The ambient intermezzo Condeclint5 is followed by the
apocalyptic atmosphere of the wall of noise of Vigilante Night.
The funereal sideral drones of Last Cries Of The Lost, briefly revealing
an ecosystem of pagan dances and shrieks, decays into the electronic bubbles,
the miasmatic emissions and the hyperkinetic tom-toms of
The abstract soundpainting of Constdecnt and the banging chords of
St Anthony's Fire lay the foundations for the frantic hardcore of
The oneiric, exotic and symphonic ceremonial music of Konna Yume Wo Mite
leads to the 13-minute Back Beloved Cloud that transitions from
black-metal fury to android signals to manic drilling to chaotic sparse
noise to languid voices dilated across astral emptiness.
Those voices segue into the revolving electronic nebulae of the
nine-minute Evolution Of Joy that slowly decays into eternal silence.
Let It Come Down (Frequency 13, 2011)
contains the psychedelic dub jam Forbidden Dub
as well as the
free-form 20-minute digital soundpainting of The Dark Backward And Abysm Of Time.
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