Body Void - I Live Inside A Burning House



7.2 | 17 votes |
Release date: 11 May 2018
Style: Sludge metal

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01. Intro / A Burning House
02. Haunted
03. Trauma Creature
04. Phantom Limb
05. Given

Line-up
Will Ryan - guitars, vocals, keyboards
Eddy Holgerson - drums
Parker Ryan - bass

Additional info
Recorded and mixed by Greg Wilkinson in April-October 2017 at Earhammer Studios in Oakland, California.
Mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege in Portland, Oregon.
Artwork by Muhamad Ikabal Arifin Suradi.

Guest review by
LuciferOfGayness
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For decades, men have spent their time in cellars and studios clanging their penises together to create the sound of sludge. As a whole, sludge is a genre that's created by men for men; they are the ones who make the rules of sludge and what good sludge sounds like. Body Void is a three-piece sludge/doom band where one of the members is a non-binary person and queer.

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published 25.06.2018 | Comments (8)

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26.05.2018 - 13:43
LuciferOfGayness
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Their debut was good but this mammoth release is setting new standards for this band.

And great addition to metal storm - minorities are cool, different perspectives is a must.
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26.05.2018 - 18:00
RaduP
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Written by Guest on 26.05.2018 at 13:43

Their debut was good but this mammoth release is setting new standards for this band.

And great addition to metal storm - minorities are cool, different perspectives are a must.


I might end up reviewing this too if I like it. Also added sleepwalker, so you can tag that properly as well
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08.06.2018 - 12:28
Mercurial
If you're gonna be Burning Witch-lite it doesn't seem worth doing in the first place. A few ad hoc crust / sludge passages doesn't really elevate this.
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08.06.2018 - 14:58
LuciferOfGayness
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Written by Mercurial on 08.06.2018 at 12:28

If you're gonna be Burning Witch-lite it doesn't seem worth doing in the first place. A few ad hoc crust / sludge passages doesn't really elevate this.

Are you trying to say that the sound or even the lyrics/theme here is too light to be interesting? Imo the music suits the theme perfectly and its quite a natural progression of the genre.
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08.06.2018 - 15:02
Mercurial
Written by Guest on 08.06.2018 at 14:58

Are you trying to say that the sound or even the lyrics/theme here is too light to be interesting? Imo the music suits the theme perfectly and its quite a natural progression of the genre.

Yeah it's too light for me, doesn't make the most of the production, and it's all been done before. I don't find anything about this progressive though regarding sludge.

[edit] - maybe not "light" but clean and basic.
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