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  • Дата релиза

    4 января 2019

  • Продолжительность

    9 композиций

EYRTH‘s full-length debut, Fracture, is an atmospheric sludge record of cataclysmic proportions. For over 40 minutes, this Latvian act craft an utterly massive sound capable of splitting open the earth beneath listener’s feet. The instrumentation thunders like an unfathomable earthquake during its heaviest moments, with the drop-tuned guitars and bass struggling for dominance atop surprisingly seismic programmed drums. The guitars hammer upon the sonic landscape with considerable force, while enormous walls of ethereal atmospherics bring down the wrath of Heaven. Songs like “Burden” and “U-234” lurch and stomp at a steady, deadly pace with monstrous grooves and mountainous doom, while tracks such as “Fathom” bring forth the galloping, angular riffs in abundance. Moments of icy melancholia can be found on the record as well, as is the case with the penultimate “Snowbound” and the record’s intro and outro tracks in particular. Here snowy ambiance hover around slow-burning, somber post-rock guitars that are brimming with shimmering, albeit cold melodies, all of which eventually build to aural destruction. From start to finish EYRTH provide a dense, heavy-hitting experience that will have jaws of sludge and post-metal fans hitting the floor.

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