(ER020) H-LR, SunBurzt, & i.m.m.u.r.e. – Trinity

Here is our work with friends – Trinity

Trinity
Thanks Effluvia Recordings:
“Imagine. Imagine there are vast indefinite forests enshrouded in a haunting luminescence. Sounds of shrieking birds and ominous cackling. Your flesh hesitates. Do you persist in trudging the landscape of life, or do you step away renouncing these woods before you? A place in life we dare not go. H-LR, SunBurzt, & i.m.m.u.r.e clash and take you by the hand, forcing you along their ceaseless trek towards the root of all life, the perilous, teeming, beautiful crust. Hoffman La-Roche (H-LR, residing in Israel), upon sending me the submission, informed me that the sound on this split is very diverse. No kidding! Like the sporadic trees and birds and rocks, this explosive collaboration leaps at you from countless unseen shadows, either startling you or immediately entrancing you in its fierce, awesome conviction. Joined by Dmitry Vlasov (SunBurzt, from Russia) and Alexei Oleinikov (i.m.m.u.r.e., also from Russia), this album like no other I’ve heard traps you in its beautiful clutches right away. First with H-LR, who skillfully conceives an aggressive musical environment, designed with precision, yet never predictable and bubbling with noise. Then SunBurzt, a sound completely unlike anything I’ve heard. Howling with vehement fire with notes blaring high above the rainbows, past the stratosphere, and tampering with the fabric of the cosmos. Then finally i.m.m.u.r.e., and I am ceased even now at the thought of these haunting emissions. I would call it foreboding, but that would suggest warning. These tracks chill you to the marrow right away. Vocals that will score your favorite nightmares (in retrospect), but not stopping there. All of this combined creates a magnificent web. Come, stick, let the hairy arachnid legs of nature come and take hold of you. When was that a bad thing to begin with?” – from Effluvia Recordings

 

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About meklabor

Musicant from Russia, member next projects: - Ostov (martial, dark folk) - Meklabor (Sunburzt expiriense - folk & drums) Meklabor inspired by slavonic folk traditions. Here is some bagpipe music with hardware-made ambient, distorted drums and drones.
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