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Throne Without a King CD, Import
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A sprawling beast of unique nature - at once beguiling, terrifying and completely immersive. A more successful pairing of experimental-metal-drone-ambient-krautish-noise-rock collaborators you are unlikely to find, in our reality or any of its parallel relatives. Exclusive individual tracks from both participants, combined with their 45 minute collabrative sonic mass in four parts.
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As far as the main four-song suite composed jointly by the two bands, there is a lot of noise - it is not loud noise, but more like background noise. It might even sound at times that someone's banging some pots and pans. But I swear that there is purpose to this noise. This very subtle melody slowly creeps in and almost soothes the listener in a way, amidst all the noise. The piece number 2 is really the only track out of the four with vocal melody, which comes from Pyramids (I am almost positive), and it is amazing. The album almost reaches a mini crescendo at the end of Throne Without a King #2, and then slowly decompresses in what I would consider a beautiful way. There really is a lot going on here beneath the surface, and I think that this album is very rewarding with repeat listens. What is interesting to me is that this piece really does not sound similar to either Pyramids or Horseback for most part, and I think that this is what I actually like about this collaboration.
For those looking for music similar to the standard output of these two bands, the two songs that were done by each individual band, Phaedra's Love and The Cult of Henry Flynt, are classic Pyramids and Horseback, respectively.
This album is definitely not for everyone, but in addition to those who enjoy the two bands, those who like Merzbow, Prurient and Boris might also enjoy this album. I have had this album for a while as a digital download purchased from the label directly, and I have just recently gotten it on vinyl, which looks and sounds great. Highly recommended!