It's one amazing 'song' encapsualting open, expansive ambient doom that rises and crashes in somnambulant darkness and swelling, stormy soundscapes punctuated by moments of ethereal violin and pensive, thunderous drones.
Three years after the release of the highly-acclaimed Perigaea Ankhatarhana, Idaho duo WOLVSERPENT returns with Aporia:Kāla:Ananta, an epic single-song composition that spans 40 minutes of boundary-pushing experimentation. Blending the poignancy and atmosphere of classical music, folk and drone with the drive and aggression of doom, black, and death metal, WOLVSERPENT achieves levels of dynamic contour, innovation, and progression over the course of this single continuous song that are rarely found in any genre. Minimal yet incomparably dense, Aporia:Kāla:Ananta is harrowing, spontaneous, and measured journey of diverse sonic textures, pummeling metallic heaviness, highly emotive violin, and intriguing field recordings.
'Dead Ringers,' HORSEBACK's newest full-length album, is a lush, heady, and singular blend of organic and synthetic textures. The new LP sees the one-man Chapel Hill, NC experimental project Wolvserpent
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This album is a wild and thrashing black metal beast. Less round, catchy and refined than 2019's masterpiece follow-up Algleymi, but why should I restrict myself to only one album of excellent Misþyrming? FlashMuc