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Old 12-09-2011, 11:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Honestly, I have no idea what forum to put these guys in, so here will do.

London's Necro Deathmort... The best I can come up with to describe these guys is a bastard hybrid of dub, industrial and bleak as fuck doom. I guess there are similarities with some of Justin Broadrick's side projects to an extent, whilst Barn Owl and Terra Tenebrosa are in the same ball park, but I personally haven't heard anything quite like this. Seriously excited about this band.

This Beat is Necrotonic and Music of Bleak Origin are both good albums.








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Old 12-09-2011, 11:17 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Good find man. These guys sound amazing! I'm definitely going to try and track down some of their stuff.

On a side note, it cracks me up that their name basically means "Death Deathdeath".
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Old 12-09-2011, 11:29 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Music of Bleak Origin actually fries my brain.

And yeah, their name is stoopid, but at the same time fantastic
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Music of Bleak Origin actually fries my brain.
Just got it. I can't wait to give it a listen on my lengthy bus ride tonight.

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I'm hoping it means that the people in the band have a goofy sense of humor as opposed to them trying to be darker than dark.
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damn you!....i was going to point that out

i am getting their newer album now.....really dig what you posted

thanks for the heads up stu!
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You guys are seriously in for a treat. I'll say no more, for fear of succumbing to hyperbole.
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I gave Music of Bleak Origin a first listen tonight. The fact that I did so while riding the bus through a crumbling, warzone-looking neighborhood, then hiking up a huge-ass hill in an old industrial area with police lights flashing around me really enhanced the experience, but even without all that this is a really good album. As you said, Stu, it's a little hard to characterize, but what a great winter album! I'm so glad I got just as the weather's about to get really cold.
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i am loading this onto my player as i type.....

very built up at this point.....i'm glad i held off writing up my top albums of 2011

in about one hour i will be driving through the snow and ice capped sierra mountains and over donor summit which is where a bunch of stupid religious people got trapped and had to resort to cannibalism to survive.....sounds like the perfect soundtrack for this drive!

i'll post my thoughts later tonight
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Sounds awesome! Glad you guys chose suitable locations for your first listen, mine was in the relative warmth and comfort of my bedroom! If I could muster the courage to go and take a night walk through the local woods whilst listening to it I would, but I think I'll stick to my room

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this is by far the strangest album i listened to all year

everything about it seemed to be familiar....but i seriously could not put my finger on any of them.....or if i felt i pinned down what i was hearing reminded me of....it had changed and moved on to something equally as odd

i listened to three times last night and each time liked it more

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