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Slaves Of The Vast Machine


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  1. “Slaves of the Vast Machine”, la canción, comienza como un tsunami sonoro un “ Slaves of the Vast Machine ”, el disco, en lo que supone una única pieza de descarnado Black Metal en la onda de los primeros lanzamientos de Dark Funeral, Burzum o Mayhem, donde se juega con varios riffs para ir manteniéndonos atrapados durante sus tres cuartos de hora.
  2. Slaves of the Vast Machine is never boring for its entire length. There are no spectacular solos, or solos of any kind really, but that means no repetitive wanking either. It is really a quite enjoyable ride. Highly recommended, especially for anyone who gets sucked in, but continually disappointed, by epic length songs that don't deliver.
  3. Slaves of the Vast Machine de Obitus est à la fois le nom de ce nouvel album – cru – et le nom de la seule chanson présente qui dure Inutile de dire qu’il s’agit d’un tour de force énorme.
  4. Obitus – Slaves Of The Vast Machine (Hypnotic Dirge) In formative years all we heard was radio gaga, short songs designed for unchallenging airplay. Of course there was classical music and opera which lasted for several centuries but that was .
  5. Co-released with Black Plague Records.. Recording information: Music written and recorded between May and December in Studio H. Manaicus. Vocals recorded Augut 4th and 5th in Studio H. Manaicus.
  6. That is the situation in which the men of the Perisher, an illegal slave ship on its way to the slave market in Trinidad, find themselves in the Axis Theatre production of Randy Sharp's compelling new drama, The Vast Machine.
  7. Listen to music from Obitus like Slaves of the Vast Machine, The March of the Drones & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Obitus.
  8. Apr 14,  · Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Slaves of the Vast Machine · Obitus Slaves of the Vast Machine ℗ Obitus Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  9. Slaves of the Vast Machine is not only the best track you will hear all year, but one of the best “albums.” Even towards the end, there is no reprieve; perhaps only stressed riffs that are intentionally dissonant at their apex but continue to assault, only to revisit previous themes, to remind you that, yes, the band knows they are too good not to use again.

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