Release date: 19 January 2011
Style: Atmospheric black metal, Post-Rock , Shoegaze


8 | 5 votes


4 have it
3 want it

01. The Great Self-Loathing Song
02. Life Is Poison
03. Makes No Difference
04. Where's The Reset Button
05. Make Me Disappear
06. Get Rid Of This Mess


Vadim Vasilyev - all instruments, vocals

Additional info
Pro CD-R comes with Pro Typography Cover, DVD box size.
Limited to 100 copies.

Guest review by
Boxcar Willy

One man bands are quite literally, a dime a dozen. They release anything from solo indie guitar tracks, to lo-fi hissy black metal. More often than not it's recorded in their mom's basement using a microphone from the 1980's, with only a few notes distinguishable in the huge, crashing wall of sound. But if one has the initiative to look through the mess of up-and-coming musicians, and wade through countless websites and Bandcamp pages, they can find something…

published 23.10.2012 | Comments (2)


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Boxcar Willy - 19.10.2012 at 20:46  
Rating: 8 Lots of production errors, the drum machine kinda sounds BS at times... definately a homemade album, but goddamn this is good. The Great Self-Loathing Song is probably in my top 10 black metal songs ever. Truley amazing. But it's brought down by most of the songs, being in the 5-7 range. Still a great release avalible for free on bandcamp.

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