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Posted by Nick Skog on Monday, April 30, 2018 Under: English
Published: April 24, 2018

Portland’s NONE plays viscous, lumbering black metal that sounds resigned. Thick slow-motion bass work underpins rigid drumming, both of them supporting lacy constellations of guitar. This reminds me of Khrom’s 2004 masterpiece A World Through Dead Eyes, or Loss’s Despond; music that is not simply about depression but depressed itself, written with a genuinely weary sensibility. Music that evokes chill November wind across snow-dusted treetops, that somehow evokes the silence of being alone in the woods – the kind of silence that reflects a person’s emotions, whatever they may be.

In : English 

Tags: none  depressive black metal  dsbm  nonedsbm  atmospheric black metal  black metal 

 Released: April 11, 2018
300 Copies
Genre: Depressive Black Metal