Distorted Vision - Dissolution - Dying. Dead. Undead. (CDr, Album)


2007
Label: Not On Label (Dissolution Self-released) - none • Format: CDr Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Death Metal
Distorted Vision - Dissolution - Dying. Dead. Undead. (CDr, Album)

 ·  · Dying visions have been used alternately to support two competing views. The first is the theory that deathbed experiences are a result of a dying brain or are drug-induced hallucinations. The second is that end-of-life visions offer evidence of life after death, God, and ultimate on Facebook To stay in touch & get our latest news Despite what Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins.

A Raja’s Mesh Men is the noise alias of James Shearman, created on 10th May The project takes in many influences ranging from HNW, power electronics and industrial to drone and dark ambient, with a particular slant towards long-form soundscapes and a gradual dynamic.

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With that said, Dying. Dead. Undead is a glorious, freshly rotting piece of auditory bliss. There's no boring intro to wait around on as the album opens up immediately to the intensely grand "Silent Dystopia", what I believe to be a piece of melodic-Carcass-worship. Especially prevalent in the vocal styling that Dennis performs, which gives it.

 · Type: Full-length Release date: June 15th, Catalog ID: N/A Label: Independent Format: Unknown Limitation: copies Reviews: 2 reviews (avg. 84%).


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  1. With that said, Dying. Dead. Undead is a glorious, freshly rotting piece of auditory bliss. There's no boring intro to wait around on as the album opens up immediately to the intensely grand "Silent Dystopia", what I believe to be a piece of melodic-Carcass-worship. Especially prevalent in the vocal styling that Dennis performs, which gives it.

  2.  ·  · Type: Full-length Release date: June 15th, Catalog ID: N/A Label: Independent Format: Unknown Limitation: copies Reviews: 2 reviews (avg. 84%).

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