"Doom Music" is certainly an appropriate title for the album. This is heavy, hard-driving metal that opens up with crushing force, never relenting until the fading of the very last chord. Though the production can feel a bit unpolished in spots, that's really only due to the fact that the album is a completely independent venture by the artists. Dark and aggressive, the sound communicates hatred and destruction in a way that goes beyond just one individual's personal gripes with the world. Doom Music successfully evokes the sheer hopelessness of the last days of humanity, as well as the fury of the internal and external forces drawing the world to a close. If you're already familiar with the North Carolina metal scene, you'll find the same high quality that you've come to know and love. A solid choice for fans of Hardcore, Death, Black, and/or Thrash Metal.
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