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domingo, 25 de março de 2012

Black Sheep Wall "No Matter Where It Ends"

Pitch black guitar clouds are seething and billowing on dark horizons. The leaden droning of Sludge creates a miasma of melancholy and foreboding of doom. Massive vocals erupt out of Trae Malone's gravel-filled throat with veins standing out thick as cables from a swollen neck. Combining scathing sludge, droning doom with some pissed-off hardcore vocals, and even some dashes of post-rock, "No Matter Where It Ends" is the follow-up to their 2008 "I Am God", their second LP (and release overall) sees the band landing on new label home Season of Mist. It sound like Will Haven on 33rpm... crushing. Get ready for a painful ride as heavy as dark yet catchy as it can be. Buy it here. Recommended for all you sludgesters out there.

7 comentários:

  1. I'm sorry if it's the incorrect way to contact you but I did not see any email adress to contact you directly

    I'm the singer of the french band Arms of ra. We play a mix of postcore, sludge and screamo and I was wondering if you'd be interested to post our new album on your blog.
    There will be a physical version of the album on Swarm of Nails but we're looking for people willing to review the album or just post it for free download.
    Here is a link to our l'abel's page to order and/or download the album for free
    http://www.swarmofnails.com/releases/26/

    Thank you very much for your time

    Mathieu

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    1. Hi Mathieu, i've dropped a few lines on your band's Facebook Wall.

      Thanks

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  2. vocals remind me of Coalesce.
    Which is never a bad thing.

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  3. I like the first release way better.

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  4. Pretty much all of my friends totally freaked out over their last record. Definitely looking forward to this! And it seems to me like seasons of mist is just getting better and better...

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