Ulver - Perdition City (Music To An Interior Film) CD (album) cover




Post Rock/Math rock

3.90 | 147 ratings

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4 stars Ulver, monsters of the experimental vein of music, masters of dark textures, lords of sinister atmospheres, outdo themselves once more with their millennium release, entitled Perdition City. Flooded by every experimental technique in the book, along with plenty more new ones, this album is a journey. With the psychedelic vocal ramblings of Trickster, the hypnotic percussion, the filthily ecstatic programming, great production, and the polished ensemble come together to offer a really challenging, but ultimately rewarding musical experience. With very little traces of orthodox musical writing styles (such as melodies, riffs, et cetera) are next to non-existent here, and the experimental edge doesn't just drive the music, but becomes the music. One of the freshest modern bands' most renewing releases is this.
Shakespeare | 4/5 |


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