Your music often sits quite comfortably across different scenes, finding itself somewhere between cinematic, electronic music and darker, more noise-based music. Do you feel your sound has translated to fans of a variety of sounds as a result of this?
MR: I still don't really know who our fans are, they seem like a pretty varied bunch. I know that there are people who listen to metal who like us and we're probably a bit heavier than a lot of other electronic artists, so we've always felt like there was a core of our fans who also like doom, drone, sludge, black metal, etc.
If I'm honest, we've never been embraced in the electronic music scene - there's probably a load of reasons for this, but we rarely get asked to play those sort of shows, and none of the magazines will touch us. In a funny way, I think the electronic scene is much less diverse than with rock music. Share this article:. If you enjoy The Quietus, please consider supporting what we do with a one-off or regular donation.
In stock, shipping now. Necro Deathmort press the flesh on The Capsule, a clenched jaw session of doom-metal spliced with with razor-sharp DNB atmospheres and motorik oil-soaked techno akin to a drone session round Autechre's. Bleeding influence from their newly found home of Rocket Recordings more traditional psych roster, The Capsule's eight tracks strip back their deathly sound to a raw greyscale but brimming with snowblind psychedelia.
Opening with In Waves, Necro set a sprawling post-punk drum beat into motion that's akin to a sludgy Silent Servant production, gory snatches of dread vocals and some tantalizing synth work set the pace perfectly for what awaits in the shadows. Mixing between hollowed out passages and more drum heavy runners, First Rays strips back the beats in favour of a more heavy eyelids vision while Moonstar distills some ace Cut Hands cut up percussion over a raw techno roll.
The choking Capsule Sickness blends dagger like rain over a propelling gravestone groan. Ending the evening, Pecklyn and Screens close out the record with a dead-eyed stare. By mixing in elements of Coil-like industrial and Blackest Ever techno with their signature metal sound Necro have crafted something more sludgy and thick with smoke than the rest of the crowd of collar up an out in the cold post-punk techno-units. We are only a few listens in but we reckon The Capsule is an LP to be returned to time and time again, just watch you don't slip in the pool of blood as you enter.
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There is a tension to all of the tracks that conjure up lots of emotions and scenarios that may or not be accurate. But they all seem to work. Necro Deathmort really are a revelation. Forget the name if you want. To be honest, I like it. By Ioan Humphreys. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sunday, August 23, Louder Than War.
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