Side A of the No Funeral, Livid - Split LP (No Funeral Side Only) Released Aug 15th 2017. Stream the full LP here: ww. vltnation. Backing up to the first No Funeral song, Infection, it begins with isolated notes I’d expect from a good black metal or DSBM album. To discover this is the foundation of the entire track was a profound moment. No Funeral is in no way an uninspired Black Sabbath clone; while paying homage to the Sabs they revitalize doom and sludge so well you have to hear it to believe it.
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Album Name No Funeral - Livid. Data de lançamento 15 Agosto 2017. Labels Live Fast Die Recordings. Estilo de MúsicaSludge Doom. Membros têm este álbum0.
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A split album (or split) is a music album which includes tracks by two or more separate artists. There have been singles and EPs of the same variety, which are often called "split singles" and "split EPs" respectively. Split albums differ from "various artists" compilation albums in that they generally include several tracks of each artist, or few artists with one or two tracks each, instead of multiple artists with only one or two tracks each.
The LP will be released via Live Fast Die Recordings. This split album is 3 only songs long but each song is a mammoth undertaking requiring time to absorb & enjoy them. Give it time because you’ll get way more out of it then you might on the first listen. The first two tracks come from No Funeral. Infection gets things started well with the sound of a gong being hit alongside some really dark sounding guitars & hard drum beats. No Funeral have brought the heavy doom to this split album. Their tracks are thrilling to listen too putting all the onus on Livid to somehow better them. Livid offer just one track but it’s an 18 minute doom heavy number that has atmosphere dripping from every pore. The slow methodical pace is dark & oppressive sounding with the only moments of lightness coming from the soaring vocal style. It’s an incredible listen that never feels like it’s dragging.
Hailing from the Twin Cities, No Funeral and Livid combine forces to trudge their listeners through despair. No Funeral rep their side with strewn dejection over two tracks, Infection and Disease Brought By Depression, running nine and 11 minutes respectively. Battling for despondent supremacy, Livid offer a single 18-minute track of desolate yearning: False Hope. No Funeral are built from former members of Sourvein and Ashen. The visceral loathing traverses through sludge into death metal and crust punk. This ugly bastardization pummels listeners relentlessly. After a punchy split with Major Accident, 2002 saw the release of this LP, What Goes Around Comes Around, on DSS Records, produced by Mick Jones of The Clash. Foreign Legion’s 2000-era sound held elements of their original Oi! stomp while weaving in melodic riffs. Maturity was blended into Foreign Legion’s rebellious urges.