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1 review | 4 people love this record: be the 5th! One of my favourite things about this CD is the fact that the 'Pits have decided not to indulge us with any type of track listing or any other type of information on its rittle sleeve. Ace. That means that I can read what I like into it and not feel like I'm taking liberties, or libertahs if you will. This record is 8 tunes which interlock and start whence the others finish. The lines of reality a ... »

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4 people love this record. Be the 5th!
8/10 Dave Staff review, 24 March 2011

One of my favourite things about this CD is the fact that the 'Pits have decided not to indulge us with any type of track listing or any other type of information on its rittle sleeve. Ace. That means that I can read what I like into it and not feel like I'm taking liberties, or libertahs if you will. This record is 8 tunes which interlock and start whence the others finish. The lines of reality are not so much blurred as scrubbed away completely as this group of musical mercenaries flit deftly from one (de)composition to another with only a flap of zombie skin to keep themselves warm. I'm not too sure what that means. The 'Pits have a very good sound though, kind of minimalist one second, then moving towards louder waters the next. They remind me of Goblin, but without the synchs and tight leather trousers. I guess there are synch type moments to be heard on this record but they are roundly trounced by big crushing gee-tar riffs and pounding drums. This record sounds great and I really liked its lavish production, it has warmth and enough sufficiently heavy moments to keep any metal/experimental music fan more than happy! Did I forget to tell you you can raise the demon Paimon when you play this record backwards, and when you play the Mumford & Sons LP backwards, it actually sounds better! The 'Pits have a good LP out here..You might want to buy it.....


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