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Boomkat Product Review:
Grandparents anniversary/christmas present problem? Mouthus solve it here with the release of their new LP; 'Saw A Halo'. A distortion heavy, snarling, noise-drone assualt on the ears, the Brooklyn based duo of Brian Sullivan and Nate Nelson who describe themselves as "A brain-gouged cross of Manowar head Implosions and New York dustbomb detonation", certainly don't compromise an inch here. Saw A Halo's seven slices of noise all bow to the same formula, one which favours fuzz guitar in waves, tribal percussion in bursts and groaning voices across the board. Ok, so it doesn't play the pop card, but Mouthus' latest LP and followup to the similary mental "The Long Salt" succeeds in its unfaltering dedication to all that is introverted, unsavoury and consequently attractive. Like noise-beacon holders Wolf Eyes, Mouthus know how to utilise noise alongside ambient psychedelica to strengthen their cause. Set closer 'The Gift of Sighs' perhaps best exemplifies this, its tumbling wall of overdriven guitar and clattering percussion creeping up from the shadows of a sparse organ and percussive introduction over eight brooding minutes. From followers of Sunn O ))) through to brave Wolf Eyes fanatics, Mouthus offer up a reverberating cave of noise that you may just have to jump into. Ace.