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DOOM SNAKE CULT
DOOM SNAKE CULT
Love, Sorrow, Doom
(NWN! Productions)
41:10min

From Bling Town, the land of Lost Wages comes DOOM SNAKE CULT. Like GOATLORD on LSD. Semi-technical but with suitably obscure production, this album was originally released by JL America back in 1993. It has a warm, mid-range thick sound with a definite psychadelic edge, making comparisons to PENTAGRAM inevitable. The Black Metal-ish vocals seem strangely appropriate. Its not the sort of release you 'get' on the first listen, in fact it will take several. I found it tends to grow on you fairly fast. The music could have used a few more "hooks," as some of the riffs are rather monotonous. The layout is up to NWN standards; thick sleeve, insert, and what is perhaps the most hideous coloured vinyl I've ever seen next to a bubble-gum pink vinyl version of VENOM's "Black Metal" many many years ago.

Charles Keller

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