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Superdensecrushloadfactor

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Studio Album, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. I - Initial/The Death Sentence/Eats/A Visual Counterpart (17:57)
2. II - Curse/We Will Live Out This Way/- (9:15)
3. Research and Case Studies (10:14)
4. III - Source/Wallow (11:14)

Total Time 48:42


Line-up / Musicians


- Gabe Buller / guitars, sound manipulation, mandolin, bass, vocals, drums


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Self-released

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Review by LearsFool
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5 stars A long, slow, strange work from Superdense, a masterwork of dark and avant garde takes on several genres. From the preceding record, "One In The Flood", the acoustic side of that avant garage was kept, but now there is plenty of use of dark ambient if not even also some post rock, and very importantly much more in the way of noise. Strikingly with the noise, a lot of it sounds like it came off of Whitehouse's "Birthdeath Experience"... Hmmm... The album is mainly the sitar sounding mandolin playing forlorn sounds, a respite from the periods of eerie isolationism calm and the strange static like that of "On Top". A bit of post rock sounding electric guitar greets us on "Research and Case Studies", but it drops in and out, ever going down in tone, in what is the really unsettling part of the work. It is also paired with distant bells, sealing the deal on the chill factor. Another great work of dark avant, Univers Zero, Art Zoyd, X-TG, and Bass Communion fans will most of all love this eerie masterpiece.

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