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Quiet In The Cave

Tell him he's dead

https://www.inkoma.com/k/4014

(5tx CD, 26'27'' - Cave Canem diy rec 2012)

 | pall youhideme
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Tints of black. Exasperation and taste for the inevitability of death: that's the dogma running Quiet In The Cave's latest release, coming two years later their brilliant split with The Drop Machine [> read review]. 
This record is shaped to suit your inner search, but, not for nothing, you might cross into The Dark Passenger living inside your natural self. Press play, investigate: doom and black metal merge into sludge drumming and abrasive distortions. Kind of a hybrid of cognitive and primitive rage which invade your soul first, and then ears. Here's Run Out, 'lost inside you'.
Track Measure is apotheosis of metal grandeur and heaviness, explosive, dark shaded, with misty keys, serene/minimal guitar solo, and fierce vocals - that is Munholy. Later, Monstro calls Neurosis' epicness: headbanging, sometimes, is the only way to feel Music. Peaks of violence and abyss of vacuum.
Last piece, Lose, made me remember how much of an amazing percussive beast their drummer, Alessandro Marchionni, is.
PS. nice digi-package, by Michele Guidarini, btw.


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