Thursday, May 2, 2019

Meti Edoc – Microb (2018)

  • Avant-garde 
  • Post-industrial 
  • Drone 
  • Dark ambient 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Abstract 
  • Ambient drone 
  • Microtonal 
  • Psycho-acoustic 
  • Power electronics

Comment: what else could you hear in between the layers of this handful of compositions but at times angry yet always ominous growling of drones and microscopic noises which are all about to depict a microbe – the horrendous microbe. The ghastly growling of serpentine drones is embellished with eerie gongs and metallic clanging, catty squalls and raving howling as if foretelling us something unpleasant which is going to happen in the future. About something invisible yet dangerous with the intention to destroy remarkably much bigger and slightly complicated as similarly as the human race used to stepwise yet permanently destroy a blue oasis called Earth, the gift by Lord for us. However, sometime in the future our descendants will be gifted by something truly unpleasant like it did happen in the middle of the 14th century in Europe. It will be as overwhelming and uncompromising as cancer but in terms of an infectious disease or diseases. It may be happening in a more adverse way as if the very example of contempt – imagine as if the disease was drafted in the human being and the next step by him and her is to have disseminated nothing else but death. Like the effect of King Midas in a different way. Let's call it dead touch. It ultimately may result in something which could be an enormous suicide machine. However, the third album by Meti Edoc on Raw Coffin Rec. is highly vital and uncompromising to convey an apocalyptic vision, a danse macabre. For the sake of our sober mental health to be endured. Thereafter I recommend listen to Pulp`s seedy and voyeuristic classic Different Class.
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