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3.00 | 1 ratings

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3 stars The Russian one-man-and-his-computer project Misanthrofeel returns with Idle.

The first thing that enters my mind is the similarities between the material here and Red Harvest's There's Beauty in the Purity of Sadness album. An album that took the listeners to the highs and lows of the mankind. An album that presented grief and pestilence as something very beautiful which is to be cherished. Misanthrofeel's Idle album feels both like a distilled version of that album...... and a left over album from that recording session. Which Idle is not, due to the time span and biology.

Idle is a one trick pony album which drones over one theme and stretches that out to almost cover this whole album. The theme goes from esoteric industrial to rather biological industrial over the length of this theme. Drums, bass, synths and electric guitars has been programmed into the computer and goes through an industrial process before is presented as this album.

The quality is pretty good throughout. I am by no means a fan of this music, but Idle is a good album. The main theme is a great theme and I like how it goes from esoteric to almost being organic at the end. It is a recommended download.

3 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |


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