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CDs Self titled #142870

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These are high quality 8-panel digipak CDs with excellent full colour printing and moreover have a beautiful metallic effect throughout in addition to gloss raised UV lamination done on parts of the delectably sick Nether Temple Design artwork. This is the first press of the CD which is limited and hand-numbered to 300 copies. Each CD comes with a download code and a transparent logo sticker.

Dwelling Below give us a darker, filthier and uglier interpretation of death/doom metal that will make sure you never leave the sewers. Their seamless, intuitive and admittedly improvised music keeps you hooked and bogged down to their slow but steady rhythm, their hypnotic and ever festering tunes gain control of your motor functions, and cajoled by the eerie psychedelia-laced atmosphere and plaintive leads, the insidious music eventually even seeps into your thoughts and renders them useless. You become a slave to their brand of compelling, entrancing music, slowly marching away to your doom. The sound remains down-to-earth and organic, frighteningly palpable for music of this kind, ensuring that every kind of horror is felt if not inflicted. With the founding members having dwelled for too long in this toxic, atonal environment comprising of Acausal Intrusion and others, it's only natural that the twisted dissonances from their mutated beings reveal themselves in this form of music too, which only makes things interesting. There is remarkable coherency with everything that is going on, even with the music taking on beastly forms to express itself, and it becomes obvious that the songwriting and talent here is on another level. It manages to do more than your average death/doom record and leaves you scarred in more ways than one, even subliminally.

For fans of: Gateway, Autopsy, Incantation, Winter, Acausal Intrusion, Triumvir Foul, Temple of Scorn, Viande

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