Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Album Review: INDIAN's Guiltless
On April 12th, those Doomy-ass dudes INDIAN released their new album "Guitless". On April 15th, this Doomy-ass dudes- liking dude bought it on Limited Edition Vinyl at Inherent Records in Cleveland, TN (thanks to Logan Chitwood for loaning this poor little man the cash to buy it. Your welcome for paying you the next day).This is an album I've been dying to review, and wow. All I can actually say is wow.
The album opens up with the instant face crusher No Grace, that, like expected, turns into a doomy, grinding, destructive killer. It begins with a decent paced intro and verse, till' it just pulls down to the slow, catchy doom riffs I love INDIAN for. As the song shifts to a rhythmic outtro, it has a somewhat sketchy riff playing untill the song fades, beginning track two. Track two is The Fate Before The Fate, which opens up as a beautiful masterpiece that just spreads the atmosphere of the song around you. 4:53 minutes pass, and we hit the title track, GUILTLESS. with the instantly crushing piece of action, it opens up where it should have. It has straight-forward heavy riffs and lots of slow doom for you kiddies to enjoy. You can just feel the anger in the song pierce your ears and slash ten-thousand chains across your instantly morbid looking face. It's quite the miasma, my friends.
To conclude this. The album is overall something I can definitely listen to every day, leaving me with a piece of the album I find new everytime I listen.