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Experimental/Post Metal

2.20 | 3 ratings

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1 stars The debut from this young Russian artist. It is pretty easy to compare this band to Senmuth. They comes from the same country and the same city. Moscow though is a massive city. A metropolis, no less.

Misanthrofeel is based on electronics and is a bedroom project. Or a studio project if you want. But a laptop fits perfectly in a bedroom. The music is pretty simplified with some structures which is taken out to the end. This album is mainly based on tribal rhythms and harsh sampled guitar sounds. This is a metal album with sampled instruments, created in a bedroom. There is no organic material here. In the good old days, we called this industrial metal.

The songs are half decent. Just half decent. It does not sounds like there is much creativity here as in progressive rock. There are a couple of decent melody lines here and that's all. But the bad sound is a big problem here and it is therefore heading for my turkey yard. In short, don't bother.

1 star

toroddfuglesteg | 1/5 |


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