some battlefield somewhere in the history of mankind, bodies strewn as far as the eye can see, the sun baking the littered corpses and making mere silhouettes of the circling vultures as they wheel around tirelessly above. You can almost feel it’s heat and smell the stench, it’s that good.
The result, for this listener, is a dark journey of madness where you are occasionally allowed to see some moments of brightness.
Sitting outside on a sunny day would be no antidote if listening to Cosmos Comedenti. The listener would still be locked into the darkness of the void.
While this release has solid production and decent songs, there is not much here that stands out from the crowd.
Someday, you’ll be able to say you were one of the few who knew about this project when it was still completely underground. This level of quality won’t stay there long.