Imperative Imperceptible Impulse

Ad Nauseam - Imperative Imperceptible Impulse
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2021 Ratings: #55
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By remaining just as unruly, buoyant, and frenzied as the classic death metal bands that so obviously influenced them, Imperative Imperceptible Impulse makes a strong case for Ad Nauseam to be one of the faces to look out for in the forthcoming metal scene.

There was once a man who was walking on the suburb streets, as he would any normal day. Then, out of nowhere, he is knocked unconscious, only to wake up in a jet-black, dusky cave. As he searches the cave for an answer to where he is, the ... read more
So, let's start with this question: why am I a fan of extreme music?

Believe it or not, my obsession with extreme metal is a fairly recent occurrence in my life; maybe in the past five years or so have I really been digging into it. Sure, before that I was listening to certain alternative metal and nu-metal acts, but mostly I was filling my brain with soft indie/emo stuff and hip-hop. How did I get where I am?

Changing as a person is not something most people do. Humans have a way of finding ... read more
i needed some shit with some bop in it
Yeah this is insane, one of the most bonkers metal albums you’re likely to hear this year, occasionally to a fault.

Standout: Imperative Imperceptible Impulse
favs: Human interface to no god, Inexorably Ousted Sente, Sub Specie Aeternitatis
Least fav: Coincidentia Oppositorum
What a fucking powerhouse. This is one of the first full-length metal albums I have heard, so this review is going to be pretty short. But I love so much about this album. The tempo switches, the intesity of the intrumentals, I love it all so much. What a great album!

Best Tracks: Sub Specie Aeternitatis, Coincidentia Oppositorum*, Horror Vacui, Human Interface to No God
Worst Track: Inexorably Ousted Sente
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Added on: February 2, 2021