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Starting the album with a low pitched toned drone is 'Fire in the Valley'. A long atmospheric drone which rings out under a consistent belt of ambient noise. A complete compilation of black noise and dark ambient drone. With very limited vocals, the whole atmosphere is down to just the music itself. On 'Abandonment', you feel as if you're surrounded by nothingness, on a desert ...

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Malpais by William Fowler Collins/Gog
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6/10 Benn Staff review, 30 June 2011

Starting the album with a low pitched toned drone is 'Fire in the Valley'. A long atmospheric drone which rings out under a consistent belt of ambient noise. A complete compilation of black noise and dark ambient drone. With very limited vocals, the whole atmosphere is down to just the music itself. On 'Abandonment', you feel as if you're surrounded by nothingness, on a deserted beach at night, in the middle of nowhere with only the consistent drone a pulsating heart beat thundering down your ears. And there's a noise which you can hear but sounds distant. You gradually get up and wander down the beach to realise you're walking in circles, in a world of the unknown. Rather like the album art itself; a skull of a dead man starting to decay on dead land. A gradual build up of a huge ambient drone rings down your ears towards the end of the track. However, unnoticeable until you rewind the track to find that you have been fixated into a trance. Finally on the album is another huge instalment of fixating drone and thundery consistent bass down your ears. All in all a mesmerising album full of impacting drone and bass. Very nice!


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