Brulvahnatu, from Edmonton in Canada, fused
pop, doom and black metal styles
on Uterine Acid Swishes (Eternal Obscurity, 2009), divided into three
Cleaning Your Womb (17:46),
Autopsy In Mourning (17:22) and
especially Suffer Long (26:09),
which are at the same time growling, frenzied, docile, mellow and booming.
Suffer Long's emotional peak comes in the middle, when a clean guitar
intones an exotic riff and the monster vocals whisper a solemn
Amon Duul II-esque
anthem, the whole resembling a movement in a prog-rock suite, before
soaring into an agonizing lament that is also tragically melodic.
Three more lugubrious litanies surfaced on
Last Living Dream (2010):
Misshapen White Hand (26:26), basically an exercise in trying and trying
again to bridge
frenzied black-metal and funereal doom-folk, ending with a grotesque
babbling panzer dance and an acoustic psychedelic dirge,
Where Ghosts Go To Die (The Swamp) (15:16) and
Through A Tunnel Of Trees (15:51), the most convoluted post-doom piece.
Menstrual Extraction Ceremony (2011) was more varied, its longest
(the 28-minute Menstrual Extraction Ceremony)
injecting elements of ambient music into their purgatorial hymn.
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