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From one lord of heaviness to another... Joe Preston (Thrones, High On Fire, Harvey Milk and one time Melvins bass twanger) has collaborated with Daniel Menche on 'Cerberic Doxology' which is a new fangle "Dual Disc" which means that it is double sided. A CD on one side and a 5.1 DVD on the other. As The Buggles said "This Is The Age Of Plastic". I really like the idea of havin ...

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Cerberic Doxology by Joe Preston and Daniel Menche
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 17 October 2008
From one lord of heaviness to another... Joe Preston (Thrones, High On Fire, Harvey Milk and one time Melvins bass twanger) has collaborated with Daniel Menche on 'Cerberic Doxology' which is a new fangle "Dual Disc" which means that it is double sided. A CD on one side and a 5.1 DVD on the other. As The Buggles said "This Is The Age Of Plastic". I really like the idea of having an album to play on CD in the motor and then you can get it home, flip the disc and watch the film in full 5.1 glory which is what I'm doing now. The visual element is footage that the two filmed at Mount Saint Helens, Mount Hood and Stonhenge Memorial in Goldendale washington in the cold winter of 2007. What you see is some black and white footage of the Pacific North West Landscape and its weather systems with a soundtrack of deliciously dark vocal chants and dare I say it drones. There are also fabulous slow motion monochrome scenes of dudes just hanging about rocks. Sounds like watching paint dry I know but this has really captured my attention. It sounds like hordes of druids re-claiming the earth armed with didgeridoo's and some seriously high grade psilocybin. I was kind of expecting a tribute of sorts to their metal heroes as they're both huge metal freaks but this has very much defied my expectations. I can well imagine Julian cope being into this. It's an epic work that resonates around my cracked skull with slow gloopy drips of sweet syrupy honey finding there way inside. There is a particularly beautiful and breathtaking scene where the sun is peeping through moving clouds framed from below by a dark woodland. For me this is what I want Sunn O)) to sound like instead of being so image conscious and having pictures of themselves wearing their Dungeons and Dragons cloak hooded dressing gowns on their sleeves.

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