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The a capella version of the folk standard House Carpenter makes this especially apparent, but the twin violin action! It's not an instant classic but it certainly shows a lot of potential, and I look forward to see what they do in the future. Review by Negoba Prog Reviewer. Superficially, the sound is similar, a sludgy organic metal with some classical flourishes for ornament. Estelle Online. Retrieved 20 January Archived from the original on 12 January Retrieved 9 February MOBO Awards.
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I never felt myself drifting out of focus, even if it's not the most amazing material. It also helps that the whole album is only about 32 minutes in length, so the Australians don't really fuck around. Get in, get out, and hope you don't draw some fell pharaoh's dynastic curse upon yourself. The drums here are more than adequate, with a lot of spurious blasting that brought me back once more to memories of Nile just not quite as crazy.
Vocals are a deep, munching guttural offset by salacious rasps which feel like Horus and Anubis sharing a drinking song, but I actually found the latter mildly annoying since the frontman's growls are quite fulfilling, quaking and cracking any obelisks in their path.
The bass guitars also does little interesting throughout much of the material. At a few points, it pumps along maniacally, as in the verse of "Remnants", but too often subsists on the rhythm guitar. Beyond that, Eternal Rest doesn't do anything overly atmospheric like drench the tunes in synthesizers, but I enjoyed the subtle little spikes of eerie, atonal backing melody that they would occasionally fire up against the rhythm section in songs like "Preaching the Decimation of Spheres".
It adds texture to what is admittedly not always the most ear catching array of riffs. We Are Our Ghosts Album 2 versions. Messiah Album 2 versions. The Trial Album 2 versions. The Siege Album 2 versions. Ruins Afire 2 versions. Arsonists Get All The Girls. Portals Album 2 versions.Explore releases from the Bastardized Recordings label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Bastardized Recordings releases.