0 of 5 thought this review was well written
really good amazing crazy band listed as metal down-tempo minimal post-hardcore post-metal nantes, whatever that means. But the music is beefy and hard pressing. From the beginning with track monolith the guitars come in with hasty crust and burly drums that create a very unique atmosphere that feeds on flesh and imposes. The vocals are kinda hardcorish but don't sound fake. After you hear how the music fits in with the atmosphere of destruction you're immediately hooked.
There's even subtle feedback from the guitars that lay waste in the background. Tracks tend to build into exploding marvels and act like sound waves bounces of cavern walls. Track two with grace is so well fitting. As soon as the track starts you're are immediately engraved in grace like feels, the riff is so catchy yet destructive and heavy. It tends to give the listener a feeling of motivation that if you were engaged in some type of battle this song would be the perfect driving force you'd need to carry out the taste without hesitation.
Track 3 sun's heat is a change of pace with mellow feels created with the use of post bluesy light distorted bubbles, the drums slowly enter with tom crushes and pressings. the vocals for the first time are mellow and clean sung but not recognizable, they're just there to serve as backing harmonies. the atmosphere grows into triumph as if you walking up a hillside only to come to an open plan of battle. Between Walls starts of average but ends with some cool sounds. Disruption is another mellow beginner but the mellowness only last for about a minute then the heavyness comes through and there some more clean sung vocals and what not.
I mean the album is solid post-hardcore with a very capable atmosphere to destroy, solid release for 2012, feature, late.