Review from Deep Beneath

Posted by Nick Skog on Friday, June 16, 2017 Under: English
From: Deep Beneath
Published: June 16, 2017

“Palimpsests” is one of those releases that need time, a lot of time to get under your skin. You see, what we have here is a 100 minute long doom release… The term “doom” is very reductive in Vin de Mia Trix’s case, as in the band’s music one can find hints of various different reflections of music genres that have in common the doom aesthetic. Classic, traditional doom, funeral doom, post metal, atmospheric death metal, all combined expertly by the Ukrainians. The work on the vocal parts is just amazing. Traditional doom, growls, contemporary atmospheric, choruses, even black metal vocals can be found here, all performed skillfully… Well, that is a task, for sure! The music does not fall short. The over-lengthy songs allow VdMT to craft a byzantine mosaic filled with the band’s numerous influences and to take you on a journey to the eighties and back with enviable smoothness. Most of the time with melancholic, sometimes with aggressive mood, “Palimpsests” stimulates the senses for 100 minutes and leaves you full of mental images and emotions. Give a change to this album, it is really worth your time!

In : English 

Tags: vin de mia trix  palimpsests  progressive funeral doom  ukraine doom  kyiv doom metal  funeral doom  experimental death-doom 

 Released: May 31, 2017
500 Copies (250 through HDR)
Genre:: Progressive Funeral Doom

Co-release with Cimmerian Shade Recordings