Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Underneath the shiny facade of scholastic achievement in Knoxville lies a rumbling of something much less wholesome. That rumbling is coming from the amps of Argentinum Astrum. Bleak and noisy, with tortured screams that sound like they come from a man that has become all too frustrated with the daily trappings of life. This is the type of doom that Argentinum Astrum plays. The one song offered on this album is a 26 minute long assault on your ears, going from drone-heavy doom to a blistering black metal pace and then back to the doom. This is the bands first self titled album put out on Anti-Corporate. Listen to it, enjoy it, and I promise the next post I put up won't be an Anti-Corp band, for diversity's sake.