New York's White Ring, the "witch house" project of Brian Kurkamilis and Kendra Malia, debuted with the EP Black Earth That Made Me (Disaro, 2010).
The catchy IxC999 for gloomy synths and distorted vocals is a fair
introduction to their
amateurish imitation of the gothic electronic music of the 1990s.
The macabre wind of King and the
anguished Hands 2 Hold U Down for screaming electronics and screaming vocals
simply add emotional emphasis.
Then it took seven years for them
to release a full-length album, the 14-song Gate of Grief (2018).
The glitchy overture of Heavy Self Alienation and the frantic
Leprosy sound promising enough but the rest is second-rate
electronic dance. The gothic atmosphere of
Chained (Interlude) is the best that they can muster but in 2018
it wouldn't scare anybody.
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