Release date: 24 January 2008
Style: Black metal, Industrial metal, Post Punk , Shoegaze

Rating:

8.5 | 26 votes

Owners:

15 have it
10 want it


Disc I [The Plow That Broke The Plains]
01. A Quick One Before The Eternal Worm Devours Connecticut
02. Bloodhail
03. The Big Gloom
04. Hunter
05. Telefony
06. Who Would Leave Their Son Out In The Sun?
07. There Is No Food

Disc II [The Future]
01. Waiting For Black Metal Records To Come In The Mail
02. Holy Fucking Shit: 40,000
03. The Future
04. Deep, Deep
05. I Don't Love
06. Earthmover

Review


Additional info
Recorded from late 2002 to late 2007, written by Dan and Tim.
All songs recorded at 2 Brainard in Middleton, Connecticut.
Released on Enemies List Home Recordings
Catalogue Nr: EL01
Released on LP in 2009 as Catalogue Nr: EL04
The second pressing of this CD-R. Comes with the 75 page booklet: "On An Obscure Text".
Repressed as vinyl in 2011/2012, limited to 500 copies

Staff review by
jupitreas

Rating:
N/A
Even though it slightly overstays its welcome and is not nearly as original as the blogosphere would like to have you believe, Deathconsciousness by Have A Nice Life is easily the most important album of the year so far and should be heard by everyone. After reportedly five years in the making, this lo-fi masterpiece conjures a mood so harrowing and overbearingly sombre that it makes funeral doom records sound like Barney's theme song.

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published 18.04.2008 | Comments (16)

Staff pick by
Thryce

20.03.2010 Brilliant. Bewitching. Bright. Beautiful. Breathtaking. Bemusing... All that and so much more. Nothing short of a wonderful experience! In any case, a highly applauded album you should hear before you die.

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