Turn this to 1.3 of 11
Drone, Experimental, Noise rock
Sounds Like:
Teeth of Lions Rule The Divine
Thursday, June 27, 2019
Pretty damn cool cover if you ask us. The sketched drawing of a skeleton playing the accordion is enough to peak our interest. We figured this may be some sort of dark folk or black metal that is way out there. So we went into this album with high expectations. Consisting of two members; A on bass, guitar, noise and vocals and V on drums and vocals, the duo from Russia lay down some droning noise. It’s basically a half hour of ambient electronic noise with scattered distorted vocals and not much else. Now, we are all for artist exploring and experimenting upon their genres and breaking the mold, and there is definitively fans of experimental noise who will love this, but it’s not our cup of tea. We painfully sat through this album a few times and it does have some interesting sounds that are unusual and intriguing, but they are brief or  get too repetitive. 

1. Bombs are the Future 12:29
2. Red Laugh 04:01
3. Kingdom of Dung Flies 07:24
4. Ring Worm 06:12

Standout Track(s)
Ring Worm has some rich distortion and feedback, but nothing that will entice us to download the album.

Adult Beverage Pairing
Our recommendation is a very potent brew with a 12% ABV to help cope with the maddening drone noise.

Vocal Performance
1.7 of 11

Risk of Subwoofer Damage
1 of 11

Captivation and Variety
1.3 of 11

Weight of the Heavy
1.8 of 11

Rhythmic Pace
1.2 of 11
Lyrics and Song Structure
1 of 11

Fretwork Prowess
0 of 11

Overall Album Flow
1.1 of 11

Album Cover Aesthetics
8 of 11

Production Value
5.5 of 11

Final Thoughts
If your into electronic drone noise, check out this album. Otherwise preview and move on. 

Hexenoise is:
A on bass, guitar, noise and vocals
V on drums and vocals

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