4 de febrero de 2013

Sic Deus Dilexit Mundum review by God is in the TV

Current via Beta Lactam Ring is the latest opus from Chilean collective Un Festin Sagital - those with long memories may recall us being blown away by their frankly extraordinary ‘epitafio a la permanencia’ set a few years back. Now up looms - on brief sneak peeks - the mightily impressive 2 disc ’sic deus dilexit mundum’ - a quick peek at ’el nino ateo’ reveals a hulking terra-forming multi-generic hybrid of lost monastic chants, soupy spacey nothingness, whispering motoriks, forgotten ceremonial tribal tongues and super scary atmospherics and deeply intoxicating horror themeology blended into a mind melting spell crafting brew of deeply alluring cosmic psyche prog out there-ness - only 400 copies pressed up each coming with a bonus ’muerte solar’ album all housed in a trademark BLRR book styled gatefold sleeve that’s adorned with artwork by Jesse Peper.

—Mark Barton (God is in the TV)

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