Review from Global Domination 'zine

Posted by Nick Skog on Thursday, November 15, 2012 Under: Album Reviews
From: Global Domination 'zine
November 15, 2012
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This is the debut album from Subterranean Disposition, a one man band from Australia that supposedly plays some experimental death doom. Terry Vainoras, the man behind this project seems to have played in about half a dozen bands ranging from melodic death metal to symphonic black to doom and grindcore. I really don’t see a lot of experimenting happening here unless you count random ambient noises in the background and a short saxophone interlude but this is a pretty solid death doom album. The songs have some interesting dynamics and the interplay between soft and loud parts is nicely handled. The sound though has a lo-fi, recorded at home kind of feel to it and Terry really needs someone to tell him when to end a song. With 5 songs at over 50 minutes, this is a long album with really long songs that don’t always hold your attention. Still, not a bad debut by any means and there’s enough good stuff here to ensure that Subterranean Disposition will be on my radar.

Rating: 7/10
Reviewed by: gk

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