Review from Aristocrazia Webzine

Posted by Nick Skog on Monday, December 31, 2012 Under: Album Reviews
From: Aristocrazia Webzine
Published: December 31, 2012
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*This is a Google translation of an Italian review

The name is an Australian musician Terry Vainors with a broad wealth of experience, it is a bit 'that circulates in the world gothic / doom and was a member of The Eternal (ex Cryptal Darkness) and InSomnius Dei, is now joined the Hypnotic Dirge family with his creature the Subterranean Disposition of which has just been released the self-titled debut. 
disc divided into five long chapters of doom / death melancholic totally devoted to the primordial style of the early nineties, is the most genuine and likewise similar to that period can be expected with the English school of My Dying Bride to provide more than one occasion the basis on which to move, it is no coincidence that in the execution of the clean vocals of Terry that the scope of pollution are paid is more than one occasion as depicted in the works of the band of Halifax. 
journey bleak and adorned with sweet melodies and simple acoustic frequent moments, as is nell'opener "Beetween Apes And Angels", attracts many reasons, there are delicate child of the female voice provided by Phoebe Pinnock in "This Prolong Agony", "Wailing My Keen" and the strange cadences sounds almost industrial enclosed in "Seven Sisters Of Sleep", there is the feeling and awareness to feel oppressed when expressed you least wait in a progressive form which provides the appearance of the saxophone played by D'arcy Molan in "The Most Subtle Of Storms" huge chunk for the duration lasted since more than fourteen minutes, you want to be a classic while aiming in the direction of something that comes out of that world "old" and what makes it a listen not so direct and understandable after a couple of turns on the stereo, grows, grows significantly with the passage of time. 
"Subterranean Disposition" is an album of border, for those who remain deliberately anchored primordial era of the music scene may be inconclusive various grafts otherwise, in a manner equally those who like exploration in territories outside of what has been chosen as one foundation may lament development only partially successful, to those who recommend a similar job? To both sides. 
Subterranean The Disposition although not free from defect prove interesting, possess appreciable cues for the one as for the other type of listener and require trust and steps "on air" to give you what they are capable of, then you offer a chance to the album and would like it, the way forward is always the same: buy.

Reviewed by: Gabriele Strano 


In : Album Reviews 

Tags: subterranean disposition death-doom metal the eternal cryptic darkness insomnius dei doom black death atmospheric experimental my dying bride 


Released: October 27, 2012
500 Copies (400 regular, 100 digipack)
Experimental Doom Metal