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Morowe - S (2014)
Quote:Morowe is a post-black metal band originally formed 2006 in Katowice, Poland. Rediscovered in the early twenty-first century somewhere in the basement of Upper Silesia.
Morowe is a deadly breath of melancholy and chaos. Morowe is a devil?s breath on your neck.
In case of contact with blood - it burns and infects, when reaches the heart - it kills.
Feeling of coldness and shivering, of fever, sluggishness, pain and dizziness, insanity, shortness of breath, thirst, vomiting and diarrhea (often bloody), cloudy urine that stinks like a horse, insomnia, swelling, and bubo.
Here is Morowe.
Nihil - Voice, Guitar, Samples, Keys, Bass (Massemord (Pol), Furia (Pol), CSSABA, Quintessence Of Hate, FDS, Niphates)
Hans - Guitar, Bass, Samples, Keys (Ulcer Uterus)
BaronVonB - Drums (Infatuation of Death, Incinerate Infection, Nuclear Vomit)
2010 - Piekło.Labirynty.Diabły (Full-length)Review:
Quote:Michał Kuźniak, aka Nihil, is a very busy man based on the sole fact that he apparently has six bands and projects going at the time of me typing this review. Each deals with black metal in some form or another; his longer running groups like Furia and MasseMord tend to stretch the boundaries of their given genre to a lesser extent than Nihil?s solo project CSSABA, which takes more of the industrial edge of Blut Aus Nord and makes it even more grating. (I?ll also namedrop the the droning post-black metal of Seagulls Insane and Swans Deceased Mining Out the Void and the more punk sounding FDS). This, the second full-length from Morowe, sees the band progressing its sound into realms that I certainly found unexpected.
Listening to the band?s first full-length Piekło.Labirynty.Diabły proved to be an enjoyable experience that saw the band draw just as much inspiration from the more dissonant ideas of the aforementioned Blut Aus Nord and a band like Deathspell Omega as some of the more atmospheric inflected like Altar of Plagues. In comparison to this new record, that one sounds almost streamlined. Musically, this album does see the band removing quite a bit of those obvious influences that were on its sleeve on the first full-length. There isn?t quite as much blatant dissonance, and the post-rock flavored sections from the first record are more or less gone from the equation. In place of those ideas is a far stronger psychedelic rock and krautrock influence. Those who have listened to recent releases from some of Nihil?s other bands will not be surprised by this as much as the influence has been creeping into several of his bands, but on here it is perhaps at its weirdest, and that is in part due to how the production is handled.
Production wise, this is a much more adventurous-sounding album. Listening to other albums that Nihil has worked on on that level, it?s clear that he likes to give everything he has a hand in a slightly off-kilter sound. The mix of a given track may dip at certain times (not in volume), revealing another aspect that is almost questionable on first listen. The longest track on here, ?Ważne,? reveals a lot of ideas in its almost nine-minute running time, but the last couple of minutes do border on the avant-garde side of things, with various electronic effects dipping in and out of the mix: from a snare hit having a subtle echo effect to the much more obvious psychedelic inflections that recall the sound of tuning an old television. Even the room sounds on certain parts of the album shift. You?ll notice on this song in particular that the snare moves from a more typical sounding room to a much smaller and compact sounding room tone, resulting in a much more dry sound for at least a solid minute before shifting back. It?s interesting to say the least.
This is an album filled with ideas and this review only scratches the surface of what?s on here. Hopefully listening to this album will bring about the same amount of enthusiasm in you that it did in me. This is a bold take on the genre and one that should not be overlooked this year.