SAT159: Balance Interruption - Door 218 (2016)

by Satanath Records

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Dan Curhan
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Dan Curhan What an odd album - tasty and often dissonant progressive black metal full of jazzy bits and saxophone mashed up with off-kilter industrial noises and the occasional boppy repetitive verse (looking at you, Incubatum Conveyor) - a varied journey and worthwhile listen that I still can't quite decipher. Favorite track: Not Survived To The Sentencing.
Alice M.
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Alice M. At times, this sounds like (slightly industrial?) black metal, and then the strangest sounds start barging in, with brass instruments also making a few apparitions. Like cheerfulness bred from insanity.
Brian3737
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Brian3737 Brilliant, brutal avant-garde craziness. This will probably end up as one of my favorite albums for drums. The percussion is otherworldly. Favorite track: Suicidealer.
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Catalog: SAT159 / AER014

Co-release with Abstruse Eerie Radiance (Bel).

500 limited copies.

Digipak, CD.

Attention! If you buy physical copy, digital album is not included...

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released September 28, 2016

satanath.com/releases/item/sat159

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