Clinging to the Trees of a Forest Fire
Split with Nesseria



by VinesOvThorn USER (2 Reviews)
June 18th, 2013 | 1 replies

Release Date: 2011 | Tracklist

Review Summary: Self described "Total fucking dissonant anti life funeral grind"

I am only reviewing the CTTTOAFF half of this split album. 14 and a half minutes of thick bass crushing heaviness that obliterates the listener with every note played, this album will possibly make you rethink the definition of brutal. With a solid mix of slow or frenzied chaos that ventures into multiple genres such as doom, sludge and grindcore you won't be able to predict whats coming next, except obviously more brutality.

With all the downtuned, depressed, sludgy and smashing chaos going on, vocalist Ethan manages to shine through with his pissed off, vicious cannaballistic like vocals that sound so raw, evil and unforced that make this half of the split sound like a true exercise in pure hate. With no lyrics presented I am convinced that no human being other then the members of the band will ever be able to decipher the full lyrics to any song which to me isn't a problem because despite the possibility of it being him just screaming utter bull***, they still fit ever so perfect.

So all in all for the listener searching for a grindcore listen outside the norm this split album may be just what you've been looking for and if that's not the case you'll certainly leave saying "that was heavy as ***".

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June 18th 2013


Album Rating: 4.0

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