Solus Patior

by NRIII

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The fear and anger boiling inside of our blood is spilled across the cold concrete of our self-made prisons. With every lowering of our head to governments, corporations, and institutions we are allowing them to slice away at our being with ease. A world of empty flesh moving meticulously towards their graves capturing every second of their meandering lives in a rush to remember what sent them down this desolate path.

Experimental Blackened Psych-Noise. The shadow screams of the defeated human race.

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"Here and there the sounds do seem to coalesce into a sort of abstract black metal, twisted into strange and -nearly- unrecognizable shapes, but still retaining a hellborn grim black energy and abject demonic fury. But just as often, the sound seems to collapse into mysterious tangles of churning speaker shredding low end and thick corrosive industrial crunch, often accompanied by those same sick vokills creating a strange sort of industrial black psych crush that KILLS." - Aquarius Records

"...we're treated to strange electronic soundscapes filled with minimal tones and abstract rhythmic clicks, bizarre vocal sounds and those omnipresent goblin shrieks joining with creepy percussive sounds drenched in bucket loads of psychedelic delay, and blasts of crude 8-bit granular distortion. A lot of low-fi junk-noise and cosmic synth fuckery shows up throughout the tracks, sometimes appearing as a fucked-up industrial dirge that leads into a brutal, heavily distorted Godflesh-esque breakbeat, or becoming dark ambient soundscapes rattled with the sounds of abused sheet-metal. There's also passages of weird ambient electronica where looped drumbeats gallop around in circles beneath eerie Theremin-like tones, but then build into a furious torrent of tribal drums and incendiary noise. " - Crucial Blast

"The overall feeling here is one of oppression, extreme isolation and claustrophobia. Human beings are imprisoned by machines and social / economic / political systems they have made and have agreed to serve. Life generally is soulless and subject to the demands of our technology and the systems and values that run it and govern our lives. Although the dominant style of music borrows heavily from power electronics and industrial music, there is a strong black metal influence in the vocals and the intense demonic fury that runs right through the music." - The Sound Projector

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released November 1, 2011

NRIII Is: RENO & PITTS
Saxophone on "Occupation" by Jamison Williams

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