December 16, 2010

Three Horsemen of the Invisible (Repost)

This album is suffused with oddly cinematic sounds that frustrate all preconcieved notions of what "contemporary" music should sound like - for instance, no lyrics. The whole frontman idolatry cult could not possibly exist here. The group has been transmuted: base lead vocals into golden instrumentation. Driving, disjointed breakbeats, ripping melodic sitar/guitar, traditional middle-eastern folk music gone metal, drifting electronic miasma, violin/cello/viola that lend a graceful cohesiveness (modified from hE@D magazine)



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