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"Blacken the sky Can't stand to see the sun The truth of light Reveals the hatred that has won" – I Saw The End by Pallbearer

Tekarra/Malamadre Split Release

May 4, 2019
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Tekarra/Malamadre

Slow burning, spine numbing and ever churning, Tekarra and Malamadre unleash all consuming doom within two tracks. In a hazy and ever buzzing sound, this split offers up over twenty minutes of nothing but buzzing and fuzzed out doom that is easy to fall prey to. Each track trudges forth with the intent of entombing you within their overall psychedelic and monstrous sound, and they do a good job of exactly that. Once you press play you become buried under droves of heavy, glacial slow riffs from which you cannot find your way out of. These tracks take your mind and have it wander through the murky smoke filled soundscape that they create.

First to appear from the haze is Tekarra with their offering titled Barbaric Tools. Immediately you are graced with down tuned buzzing riffs that jar your brain out of position. Backing those riffs are ever pounding drums, bone rattling bass lines and gritty vocals that appear from the sonic wall of doom. Barbaric Toolsis a slow moving offering that draws you in from the very beginning, ultimately submerging you in its thick murky sound. Once you press play you are trapped within the buzzing sonic walls that each monstrous riff creates never for you to be able to escape until the final note rings through. Ever engaging, Barbaric Tools is an easy track to sink in to and let your mind wander through its soundscapes to as it captures your attention and mind for its ten minute duration. This is a great track overall; one that is executed well from the vocals to the instrumentation and everything between. Barbaric Tools grips you from the beginning as it provides you with great murky doom from the first second to the very last.

Cropping up second on this split is Malamadre with their offering Cataclismo. Cataclismo is an instrumental offering that provides you with even more great fuzzed out stoner doom to fall victim to. Immediately you become enveloped by slow and massive amplifier destroying riffs that drag you in to their brand of buzzing noise. Yanking your mind from its present state, Malamadre wind it through their sludge filled soundscapes never for it to return until Cataclismo has concluded. This offering is a smokey and every psychedelic track that grabs you with the green hand of the reaper, only for you to be dragged further and further in to the thick haze. Cataclismo is a straight up buzzing, stoner doom instrumental that is hard to ignore and hard to forget. This offering is as fuzzed out as you could imagine. From the onset you become buried under bone shaking riffs and bass lines never to emerge until all is said and done. Cataclismo is a great offering as well, one that is well rounded and executed to provide you with nothing but great murky doom.

Overall, this split between these two is very solid. Both tracks are great offerings that will have you coming back for more brain buzzing doom. Tekarra and Malamadre compliment each other well within this release and both bands offer up great doom metal tracks that will please the ears of many doom fans.

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