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Boomkat Product Review:
Weapons-grade sludge from Brit doom behemoths Atavist, whose latest set of low-frequency sermons must surely rank among the leading drone metallists in the business. Beginning with a three minute rumble (which barely even registers - though presumably certain factions of the animal kingdom were in agony from the moment I hit play), the album goes on to uncoil itself into a full band set up by the time the fifteen-minute second movement stirs up - there are no track titles here, just segments of one long piece. The narrative switches between full-on death-grunting doom to ominous drone introspection, even throwing some acoustic guitars and creepy choral sequences into the mix. Supremely heavy, but the sort of thing that's executed with a level of skill and compositional clarity that's bound to appeal far beyond the core sludge-fan demographic. Ace.