Grave of a Dog

Sightless Pit - Grave of a Dog
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Based on 66 ratings
2020 Ratings: #79
February 21, 2020 / Release Date
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CiaranHelmink
72
Members of The Body, Full Of Hell and Lingua Ignota join forces for a death industrial tour-de-force. Across 8 tracks, the listener is thrown into a sea of harsh noise, intense vocals and incredibly linear electronic beats. While satisfying on the heavy end of things, the record could have done with a bit more diversity. Especially the middle of the record seems to drone on a bit too long for its own good. Luckily, the album doesn't really overstay its welcome as it is only 38 minutes ... read more
their_nickname
80
This is a collaboration from hell in the best way. The Body, Lingua Ignota, and Full of Hell. If you know those artists, you know what is coming. Despair, anger, desperation, and anxiety all articulated through fuzzed out throbbing industrial and shrieked vocals courtesy of Full of Hell with haunting vocal atmospherics presented by Lingua Ignota. It's all a pretty harrowing and horrifying experience, as this isn't an album to enjoy. This is an album to experience. You won't feel good or find ... read more
JayCrackers
81
A Death Industrial supergroup ummmm interesting. Sightless Pit holds members of The Body, Full of Hell and Lingua Ignota to create Grave of a Dog which is not necessary an highly impressive death industrial record such as the recent Lingua Ignota album but it is an highly enjoyable one, one which literally creates a sightless pit of death and despair and throws you right in, in the best way possible. If you enjoyed Lingua Ignota's Caligula last year don't skip this album.

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Outleteon
80
I was hesitant going into this project as I haven’t been huge on a lot of music that’s come from the lane of artists like Full of Hell, Lingua Ignota, Uboa, etc. This project exceeded my expectations completely though, offering slow, winding , dark, atmospheric music that really suffocates you into the soundscapes . There’s so much that goes on within the 8 tracks , from some oddly danceable moments, to some downright horrifying moments. The rough scratched vocals and the ... read more
thiefofprose
75
When a mommy of darkness and a daddy of darkness... and another daddy of darkness... love each other very much, they create some vile, evil music. The collaboration of Kristin Hayter (Lingua Ignota), Lee Buford (The Body), and Dylan Walker (Full of Hell) is, I think, exactly what anyone who has heard the separate works of these artists would expect it to be. It's dark, it's ambient, it's vicious, and it's baleful. It's really good. I just wish that they had done even more experimentation with ... read more
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Track List

  1. Kingscorpse
  2. Immersion Dispersal
  3. The Ocean of Mercy
  4. Violent Rain
  5. Drunk On Marrow
  6. Miles of Chain
  7. Whom the Devil Long Sought To Strangle
  8. Love Is Dead, All Love Is Dead
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Added on: January 7, 2020