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ABORIORTH
ABORIORTH
The Austere Perpetuity Of Nothingness
(BlackSeed Productions)
44:02min

Black, depressive Metal from Spain. The band was formed back in 2006 and this is their second full length. Doomy, gloomy slow Metal of blackness, with more than a few touches of Post Rock can be found within. So, how it all comes in my ears? Well, interesting for a listen, but completely to be forgotten after a while. This depressive Black Metal style, has been already done and mastered by many other bands before like SHINING and MAKE A CHANGE…KILL YOURSELF, and although I am one of the first persons to credit music for changing states of mind and expressing emotions, I am not exactly moved or comfortable with this kind of desolate feeling the band creates. At least, in their style, they do perform in a competent way, they do have a good guitar sound and the vocals are not painfully high pitched as sounding like girl screams, so fans of the style will surely enjoy it. Although mostly this goes in a slow-mid tempo mood, there are a few bursts of speed here and there, which were the ones I do enjoyed a bit more. There is a NINE INCHES NAIL cover done in their style which also fits quite good in this album. www.blackseedprod.com

Julian “Shortest Doom” Nuńez

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