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Release date: 2 February 2013
Style: Blackened sludge metal, Noise

Rating:

7.4 | 23 votes

Owners:

12 have it
6 want it


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02. Rags
03. I Can't Forget
04. Antietam
05. Black Smoke
06. Stretched Thin
07. Astral Sleep

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Alex Fenger - 19.02.2013 at 20:29  
Rating: 9 Awesome album, glad these guys were added
Marcel Hubregtse - 19.02.2013 at 20:53  
  A ttoally awesome album.
tea[m]ster - 20.02.2013 at 03:31  
Rating: 8 Whoever added this, kudos.
Pazdzioch - 27.02.2013 at 17:26  
  Brutal sludge certainly not for wimps.
mz - 23.03.2013 at 00:01  
Rating: 8 Best band name ever . would check them out just because of that.
3rdWorld - 25.11.2013 at 10:41  
  Really crushing album and badass cover.
Lit. - 23.02.2014 at 22:29  
  Why the low score? This album brings the hurt.
!J.O.O.E.! - 26.04.2014 at 18:30  
  May have hugely overlooked this album. Perhaps because it's not as instant as some others from a similar style but going back to it now I can see how profoundly heavy and oppressive it is. Those vocals too. They're almost Lord Worm-ish. Will definitely be catching them in a couple of months time when they play near me.
Alex Fenger - 26.04.2014 at 23:28  
Rating: 9
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 26.04.2014 at 18:30

May have hugely overlooked this album. Perhaps because it's not as instant as some others from a similar style but going back to it now I can see how profoundly heavy and oppressive it is. Those vocals too. They're almost Lord Worm-ish. Will definitely be catching them in a couple of months time when they play near me.

It definitely is a colossal album. Really heavy and ruthless, but still clear enough to hear the various underlying melodies and occasional dissonance
Alex Fenger - 11.12.2014 at 14:44  
Rating: 9 Aside from Carpe Noctem's debut, this is my most revisited album of 2013. Completely massive and destructive music
Apothecary - 01.02.2015 at 23:03  
Rating: 9 Yeah, this album wrecks you pretty hard. Really great pacing as well.
flightoficarus - 06.04.2015 at 16:37  
Rating: 7 It's heavy and oppressive, but at the sacrifice of too much musically, imo. I prefer when groups take this style and infuse a little more craft and subtlety into the instrumentation. That said, this is still some decent work.
mz - 07.04.2015 at 00:48  
Rating: 8 Subtlity in primitive man? no way :p
Mr. Doctor - 07.04.2015 at 00:57  
 
Written by mz on 07.04.2015 at 00:48

Subtlity in primitive man? no way :p


More like:
Subtlity in Blackened sludge metal? No way. :p
Ilham - 07.04.2015 at 01:02  
Rating: 7
Written by Mr. Doctor on 07.04.2015 at 00:57

Written by mz on 07.04.2015 at 00:48

Subtlity in primitive man? no way :p

More like:
Subtlity in Blackened sludge metal? No way. :p

More like:
Subtlety in murder? No way.

I hereby break the chain of vocabulary errors and poorly used emoticons.
Karlabos - 07.04.2015 at 01:06  
  :p is far cuter than that happy zombie face though
Diverge - 07.04.2015 at 18:30  
Rating: 8
Written by flightoficarus on 06.04.2015 at 16:37

I prefer when groups take this style and infuse a little more craft and subtlety into the instrumentation.

Please give a few examples to back up this ridiculous assertion. To my knowledge, you're not going to find an emphasis on craft and subtlety in instrumentation in blackened sludge metal. Even talking about "craft and subtlety" for this genre of music is absurd. mz was totally right in calling you out on that one, bud.

It's almost like you don't know what you're talking about.
flightoficarus - 07.04.2015 at 18:48  
Rating: 7
Written by Diverge on 07.04.2015 at 18:30

Written by flightoficarus on 06.04.2015 at 16:37

I prefer when groups take this style and infuse a little more craft and subtlety into the instrumentation.

Please give a few examples to back up this ridiculous assertion. To my knowledge, you're not going to find an emphasis on craft and subtlety in instrumentation in blackened sludge metal. Even talking about "craft and subtlety" for this genre of music is absurd. mz was totally right in calling you out on that one, bud.

It's almost like you don't know what you're talking about.


I find both Indian and Lord Mantis to have a level of mastery over infusing melody and hooks into an otherwise noisy, ugly sound. Primitive Man just didn't grip me the same way that those groups do. As for my use of the word "subtlety," I realize that it sounds ridiculous in the context of this sound. I merely meant it in terms of "a small detail that is usually important but not obvious." That's all I have to say about the matter.
Lit. - 07.04.2015 at 19:07  
  Melody and hooks in Indian and Lord Mantis? No way. :p
Mr. Doctor - 07.04.2015 at 20:07  
  I can get behind the hooks with Lord Mantis. But that's about it.
mz - 07.04.2015 at 20:16  
Rating: 8 Also, hook is one of the most straightforward things that can be used in music and definitely something that kills the subtlety :p
Diverge - 08.04.2015 at 02:43  
Rating: 8
Written by flightoficarus on 07.04.2015 at 18:48

Written by Diverge on 07.04.2015 at 18:30

Written by flightoficarus on 06.04.2015 at 16:37

I prefer when groups take this style and infuse a little more craft and subtlety into the instrumentation.

Please give a few examples to back up this ridiculous assertion. To my knowledge, you're not going to find an emphasis on craft and subtlety in instrumentation in blackened sludge metal. Even talking about "craft and subtlety" for this genre of music is absurd. mz was totally right in calling you out on that one, bud.

It's almost like you don't know what you're talking about.

I find both Indian and Lord Mantis to have a level of mastery over infusing melody and hooks into an otherwise noisy, ugly sound.

This well-defended opinion is clearly coming from someone who's been listening to Indian for years, and not someone who discovered the band a few days ago (according to the Shoutbox).
flightoficarus - 09.04.2015 at 22:12  
Rating: 7 Creep Factor: Elite
Diverge - 10.04.2015 at 05:07  
Rating: 8
Written by flightoficarus on 09.04.2015 at 22:12

Creep Factor: Elite

That's a little exaggerated and more than a little infantile. The Shoutbox can sometimes be entertaining, and it's easy to remember people gloating about certain bands they discover.

The point is, you recently discovered Indian (a key band associated with blackened sludge) a few days ago. As a direct result of your inexperience, you have made a jarring claim that no one has really agreed with to any substantial degree. It's up to you to defend your claims. I hope you've learned by now that you shouldn't really be talking about things you don't understand.

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