gnawing, industrial psych-hardcore in which icy waves of trance-inducing drones crash against walls of rusty guitar grooves & howling vocals – this record acknowledges the tedium of life’s monotony & beats you out of it until your ears are nothing more than a bloody pulp.
the band found themselves free not only to lay down two tumultuous tracks - the pulverising fifteen-minute opener ‘Donovan’s Daughters’ & the bracingly brutal ‘Uncle Frank Says Turn It Down’ - but to sculpt more abstract material, utilising dubbed-out repetition, furious riff-driven rancour, bleak soundscapes & off-the-map experimentation to create an intimidating & invigorating tableau of dystopian dread & unflinching intensity. if you’re a fan of sex swing, swans, hey colossus & cosmic dead, this will appeal to you greatly. “’Chapel Perilous’ is music that prosecutes mind, body & soul, & banishes all thoughts of a utopian existence” 9/10 – soundblab.
- Donovan’s Daughters
- Voice From Nowhere
- A Body
- Uncle Frank Says Turn It Down