Enter The Body, a nihilistic Rhode Island-based sludge/doom duo with a penchant for avant-garde orchestration. Their second LP All The Waters Of The Earth Turn To Blood, with the two members hooded in wicker on the cover and displaying an arsenal of firearms painstakingly arranged on a table in the gatefold, is a grueling test of endurance that skirts the line between enrapturing and impenetrably harrowing – at its worst it’s comparable to Sunn O))) at their most. impenetrable and claustrophobic, which is still quite impressive; at best, it truly sounds like the end of the world.
All The Waters of the Earth Turn to Blood (2010). Christs, Redeemers (2013). I Shall Die Here (2014). No One Deserves Happiness (2016). I Have Fought Against It, but I Can't Any Longer. O God who avenges, shine forth. Rise up, Judge of the Earth; pay back to the proud what they deserve. Collaborative albums. Nothing Passes (with Braveyoung) (2011). Released from Love (with Thou) (2014). You, Whom I Have Always Hated (with Thou) (2015). xoroAHbin (with Vampillia) (2015).
Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album5. 4. Even the Saints Knew Their Hour of Failure and Loss. 5. Song of Sarin, the Brave. Other productions from The Body. I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer. Collected Works 2003-2015.
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Reissue of the LP originally on Aum War. Limited pressing of 1100 copies. Gatefold 3 sided LP includes embossed heavy stock euro-style inner sleeves. Recorded (from December 2008 to December 2009) & mastered (in January 2010) at Machines With Magnets. Other Versions (5 of 12) View All. Cat.
After said seven-minute opening sample, the album explodes and then trudges forth in the best way possible. Each riff, no matter how simple, complicated, or repetitive, just sounds heavy. Like, "it's astounding there is no bassist in this band" heavy. Like, crush your skull and watch the brains leak out heavy. The drumming, while not over-produced to make that annoying "boom" sound that perpetuates itself in metalcore, is also super heavy. However, the singing is not heavy, but ferocious. It's less of a scream and more of a screech. All the Waters has completely won me over, and I will certainly be including it in my best of 2010 list. Rust Belt Lights: These Are the Good Old Days. The Dreadnoughts: Polka's Not Dead.
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