released May 25, 2021
❤❤❤ R E V I E W S ❤❤❤
The tracks on this album are fascinating sonic sculptures of atmosphere, lamentation, and collective spiritual awakening.
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A brutalist romantic anthem from the crypt of mental fatigue.
And so most of the album’s music seems to smoother, even overpower with an echo chamber of reverberated voices, malingering traces of spirits, competing opinions and fallen angels.
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no joke, the album is art for art like all similar masterpieces!!!
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Their rare sound, which inherits the traditional UK post-punk such as Joy Division and Morrissey, experimental industrial such as Coil, and the neofolk mood represented by Death in June, transcends time and genre.
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Once more Vukovar prove that they are a force to be reckoned with. Whether the masses discover them or not is probably irrelevant. In the here and now, The Great Immurement is an album borne out of turmoil, loss and obsession. Listen at your leisure, miss it at your peril.
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This is a thing of dark beauty. Of sound sculpted into something beyond music; into pure sonic expression.
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All the challenge is here but it’s measured, that Silent Hill map’s a shade clearer. All the mood and the warning and fear, it’s still there, along with some new threads and tricks. The clarity suits, and because of it, every song feels more human than horror.
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