Slow, haunting impressions and free-willed, at times broken, percussion.
An offshoot to - and composed by one half of - Them Teeth, Holy Mountain Beast fuses ritualistic rythms with screaming analogue noise and the odd droning guitar.
'Dead Mantra and Rituals; vol I / A Bibliography of Shamans' is Holy Mountain Beast's first official full-length release and is now available on cassette tape(very limited release) and as digital download.
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The noise/folk brew works so well, I'm surprised more people aren't drooling all over this release.The different sounds and ideas come together organically, and the execution is pretty much flawless. A gem. KozelVuzol666
supported by 8 fans who also own “Dead Mantra and Rituals; vol I / A Bibliography of Shamans”
This is probably the best black metal album I’ve heard in at least 10 years. Spot on crazy shit. Weird production which I think adds to it.. just wow. Everything this dude does is sick, but this record is undeniable. pissin in your elevator