The Guilt Of Feeling Alive

Catch The Soap Productions
Release date
1 Dec 2010
Running length
5 tracks
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1 Sink 4:16 1,170
2 Catharsis 9:51 1,010
3 Drowned Out 6:19 941
4 Unreached Soul 7:22 831
5 Hearthealer (As It All Crumbles) 13:51 122

About this album

This is an extremely fantastic album from a band which provides experimental metal and noisy sounds that could attract several music fans of post, punk, metal, noise and uderground musice subgenres. Their vocals are truly great under a brutal and black metal manner and fits ggreat with these kataklysm of noise sounds. It sounds like nothing else in these genres the last 10 years. The band is unbelievable ispired and really well influenced. Here are some great words from last. fm: “Following their previous two masterpieces, Sun of Nothing, the spearhead of Greek sonic extremity’s vanguard, are ready to release in collaboration with CTS Productions their third full length album, entitled “The Guilt of Feeling Alive”. Beyond black metal bleakness, post-metal ingenuity and post-punk numbness, incorporating Koreisch’s cross-genre eclecticism and Godflesh’s nihilistic aura, combining Shining’s catatonic chord pounding, Khanate’s crawling gloom and Discordance Axis’ ear crushing sonic blasts - Sun of Nothing manage to create a sonic identity that’s both personal and radical. Surpassing any easy categorization, they create their unquestionably greatest and richest release to date, adding the peak to an imaginary triptych - a memorial dedicated to the sonic violence and the inner darkness”. Buy this album! It is the best atmospheric sludge/noise metal of these days!

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