17:38 - Apothecary That album is more drone than it is BM, with fusions of the two I usually prefer the opposite, but either can be cool under the right circumstances
16:27 - Karlabos Yesterday I found this [link] and thought about the same description: It reminds of Menace Ruine on some points. Mainly early era, when they were more black than drone. Maybe you'll like it
16:15 - Karlabos Woah, thx goona listen. Everything that sounds like Menace Ruine has my interest.
14:24 - Bad English and those who dont know there are no such nation Ulsterians
14:15 - Apothecary Karla, here's some real droney black metal-ish stuff for ya. Kinda reminds me of the Menace Ruine debut at points [link]
14:07 - Bad English Johan - I think Jie would prefere Englsh Joe . Many ppl from there prefer be English, Scotish, Welsh, not British
13:12 - Ilham Yeah all the reactions to the post were hilarious, thanks for the support guys.
That pretty much sums up Kylesa's Ultraviolet. In a world of generic and boring sludge bands that rely on the same rolling and rolling riffs that are overused again and again, Kylesa manages to do something totally off the beaten path. Be (somewhat) original.
This is good. Take your standard Savannah sludge release, and add a nice dose of acid. Boom, you've got Ultraviolet. The standard heavy-hitting, downtuned riffs that everyone loves are still as present as ever, the "air-drum on your van's steering wheel" drum fills and punk influenced beats are still in the mix. The "pleasantly" gruff female voice of Laura Pleasants* is still a charging force in the sound. So, by now you're probably wondering where the "(somewhat) original" comes in.