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Deadwood - Ram Black [Cold Spring Records - 2008]

Ram Black is an ultra bleak and violent mixture of noise, blackened metal and doom guitar tone, brooding pitch black ambience and the odd primal industrial battering.

Entering Ram Black's sonic doorway is like entering a greyed to often lightless forest swamp world that buzzers with violent and threatening demonic life. There is no hope, no respite or warmth here of any form as a mixture of thick and tar like synth tone trob and roll over you, blacked electro stroms engulfs you, blunt and barren pitch black guitar tone pierces your skin like thick black thorns. The album nicely switching pace over its running time from foreboding and sinister, to leaden weighed slow metallic spite, on to caustic grim noise outpours and bleak head hurts.                                                                        

An uncompromising, truly hopeless and barren second album from this Swedish act that will certainly appeal to those who enjoy an un-health and bleak mix of dark noise, blacked guitar tone and suffocating ambience.

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Roger Batty
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