Appropriately titled, Void Asceticism joins two of underground black/death's most challenging and uncompromising newcomers, Canada's GAROTTING DEEP and Sweden's FŌR. GAROTTING DEEP occupy the first side, and create a churning, hideous maw of haunting sound. Seemingly amorphous, the band's three tracks burrow different holes and then move elsewhere, the gutted frequencies shaking loose the listener's foundations. On the second side, FŌR plod forward ominously, their sludge 'n' trudge the sonic equivalent of urban decay. But then, explosions of bestial chaos abound, keeping the listener in a perpetual state of tension. Taken together, both GAROTTING DEEP and FŌR illustrate exactly what Void Asceticism means: moral collapse, soul sacrifice, eternal oblivion.
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I am not even sure where to begin with an album like Roads To The North. Although probably not intended as such, I always got the feel of something like "Western Metal". But regardless, the drums and riffs are unique, and each have just a sound and feel that I can't quite describe. This is absolutely an album that you just need to hear in order to understand. Roads To The North is an absolute gem. Wound of Briccius
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Somehow they managed to go even deeper into bleak atmospheres and hateful aggression. Their songwriting also evolved further and transports the emotions fittingly. Stellar release with very high production values. Get into the details 🖤 mourner