Deveikuth – Cadavre
Generally the music is slow, long and quite repetitive, with riffs being repeated over and over, and each repetition laying on the tension thickly until your nerves are almost at shrieking point from this musical equivalent of Chinese water torture. Compared to other droning doom metal, Deveikuth’s style is clear and clean though there is plenty of undertone crumble and grit. The shrieky vocals are distant in the mix, shrouded in reverb and a comparison could be made with past US experimental drone doomsters Khanate which also featured high-pitched screaming, a brittle tinny edge to the droning music and a similar method of attack in promoting the psychological torment over the crashing music.
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