Entombed in dereliction.
Transcendental sludge that grooves you into the floor.
“Where once you stood
Climbs vapor to the stars
Where did you go?”
“Send my body to Arby’s.”
Plunging into dismal depths with a doom goliath.
Obsidian depths and suffocating forlornness reign.
A pestilent brute of aural decimation.
Powerful melody and spacious soundscapes stacked on sludgy hardcore riffing.
Our latest album review variety episode where we dissect some frigid black metal, murky death-doom, progressive sludge, and Dark Souls-inspired black metal.
POUND’s style is a caustic amalgam of doom, grindcore, d-beat, djent, mathcore, sludge, and a smattering of other genre textures. While this blend of sounds on the surface may sound like a trainwreck, the duo effortlessly weaves the core essence of each genre into a rather novel tone.
Tårn delivers on so many fronts: it’s groovy, it’s heavy, and it’s catchy, a winning combo. Though Ruff Majik has never been as heavy as to be labeled a doom metal act, with each album they grow darker and more brooding and their sound here is a far cry from the stoner rock sounds heard on their debut, The Bear.
Where some music reflects on loss, Part Island embodies it and causes nostalgia to well up in your throat