More DSBM and USBM.
Things get a little obscure when this album is spinning: despondent sounds in 4 tracks packed at 60 minutes of pure doomish sadness.
This is the average DSBM from US: think about Xasthur and you’ll get the whole picture. Of course this kind of sound is still very interesting as bands are pouring in the age of internet. But this is a great effort.
The sounds comprise skillfully played instruments, not subpar to the great names of the style, and this is no bedroom “project”. There’s even a piano to increase the grief.
Hard to sit through, this album is cathartic and indicated for the fans of the style.
Anhedonia is out now on Broken Limbs
(Daniel “Roderick” Death)