Monday, June 27, 2011

The Body/All Of The Waters On Earth Turn To Blood/At A Loss Recordings/2010 CD Review

The Body are a band from Rhode Island that play a style that I would describe as being experimental drome sludge/doom metal and this is a review of their 2010 album "All Of The Waters Of Earth Turn To Blood" which was released by At A Loss Recordings.

Drums are all slow, heavy and crushing with no fast playing or blast beats being utilized, while the keyboards have a very dark and evil sound with a dark ambient feel, as for the bass playing it has a very heavy and distorted sound.

Guitars are all heavy and slow doom/s;udge metal riffs mixed in with alot of distortion and reverd and it is all rythm guitar with no guitar leads or solos present on this album, while the vocals are all high pitched screams with some weird clean singing male and female vocals being used at times.

Lyrics cover alot of hateful and depressing themes, while the production sounds very heavy and all of the instruments sound very brutal.

In my opinion The Body are a very good drone/doom/sludge metal baqnd that should appeal to all fans of the subgenre and they are very heavy and original sounding. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "A Curse" "Song Of Sarin The Brave" and "Lathspell I Name You". RECOMMENDED BUY.

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