Tuesday, June 30, 2015

KoMaRa "KoMaRa"

Country: Multinational
Genre(s)Industrial, Jazz, Progressive Rock
Label: Hevhetia
FormatCD, digital, vinyl
Release date: June 30, 2015
01. Dirty Smelly (4:11)
02. 37 Forms (8:11)
03. A Collision Of Finger Prings (5:03)
04. She Sat In Black Silt (5:13)
05. 2CFAC (3:33)
06. God Has Left This Place (5:35)
07. Pasquinade (6:11)
08. Abraso (0:17)
09. Afterbirth (6:45)
10. Inciting Incidents (1:17)

David Kollar - guitar, bass, electronic textures
Pat Mastelotto (King Crimson) - acoustic and electric drums and percussion
Paolo Raineri - trumpet, vocals and audio mangling
Leashya Munyon -  vocals
Bill Munyon -  vocals

KoMaRa with their heavy vibe could be a twisted psycho version of Bruford Levin Upper Extremities as the bar band in a nightmare of gut churning proportions. As the Bandcamp page has it, this album is the mostly instrumental soundtrack to a “dark, deviant and explicit detective story” about “abduction and the ultimate demise of the abductee”. This music lurches from the terrifying to the eerie, never once lessening its grip on the horrified but transfixed listener.
 Read the full review by Roger Trenwith at theprogressiveaspect.net

Dirty Smelly

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