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The Axis of Perdition


Experimental/Post Metal

3.00 | 1 ratings

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3 stars Corridors is a demo CD release by UK experimental/ progressive extreme metal act The Axis of Perdition. The demo is a kind of split release with the band Pulse Fear. Pulse Fear is an earlier incarnation of The Axis of Perdition and the three tracks they contribute to the demo are in a dark ambient style.

The three tracks The Axis of Perdition contribute with are in a twisted, dark and experimental extreme metal style. Iīm thinking acts like Dødheimsgard, Void and Ephel Duath. Lots of atmospheric/ eerie samples, aggressive vocals, blasting drums and twisted/ adventurous riffing. The drums are programmed and while they are pretty well programmed itīs a minor complaint that there arenīt real drums on the EP. The sound quality isnīt professional but taking into consideration that this is a demo itīs still quite enjoyable. The most important feature on this demo is the mood though. It oozes dark atmosphere and itīs no surprise that the bandīs primary lyrical themes evolve around H.P. Lovecraft novels and the Silent Hill computer games ( and movie). Twisted, dark and supernatural.

Corridors is a very promising start for The Axis of Perdition and itīs definitely worth checking out. A 3 star rating is well deserved.

UMUR | 3/5 |


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