This is the kind of album that's hard to classify. Like, there's plenty of sad, noisy albums out there but this one sound different. There are no other albums that feel this bleak, hopeless, and utterly nihilistic. It's music that feels without purpose, made only to be made, and that's what makes it amazing.
Across it's 13 tracks and 2 halves, Deathconsciousness takes on many different genres and lets out a wide range of emotions. From the soft and somewhat comforting A Quick One to the soul ... read more