Wednesday, February 19, 2014

CD REVIEW: Ѫΰϯᶓԃ Ʀѧϊᵰѣѻὦ “Intuitions” (Arachnidiscs Recordings)

                This is a different kind of noise.  We begin with these delicately plucked acoustic strings which quickly change into a frenzy of distortion.  This sets the pace for the entire CD filled with both beauty and chaos at the same time.
                In a far off, distant sort of way this could almost have tones of Murder by Death or Mumford & Sons but that might also be stretching it a bit too far.   While there is some singing, I do consider this to be a mostly instrumental album at that.
                Not only is this louder than a lot of noise music, it’s also got a lot more guitar work it would seem.  I definitely like it and feel if nothing else it is unique and should have that going for it. 

                 I also don’t think that this is true, but on some levels it does sound like they’re playing either run down or broken instruments.   Not because of the quality, but because of the sounds which they are making.

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