They wield their instruments like weapons, attacking the listener. Hints of 80s hardcore punk come to mind in the manner of attack.
Aerosol Jesus is a sludge band, but one which recognizes the genres roots in hardcore punk and wears them proudly.
Crawling Chaos has many layers that I keep discovering with every listen, much like the horror stories the songs are based on have many layers themselves.
Using drone, ambient noise, doom riffs and drumming, cello, and mesmerizing vocals, the duo of Reggie Townley and Sarah Townley create a masterpiece of rich soundscapes that draw me into another world.
Plasmodium attacks in a fear-inducing swarm of chaotic terror.
Imagine coming to consciousness somewhere in a dark, dank, crumbling tunnel. There are hundreds of insects, spiders, centipedes, and more crawling all over you. That’s the impression I get from the swarming riffs.
A cohesive split where both bands hook you and won’t let go, this is a release worthy of thirty plus minutes of your time, over and over again.