What does it sound like?:
No doubt you recall Raime. Their now-classic 2012 album ‘Quarter Turns Over A Living Line’ saw them emerge as maybe the darkest act on doomy Techno label Blackest Ever Black. Quite some achievement when you consider that the label is also home to Regis, Prurient and Vatican Shadow. Sure enough, Tooth positively drips with dread. Stripped back and sepuchral, its sub-bass reaches to your toes while unnerving sound effects hint at the kind of grinding musique concrete last heard on the soundtrack of the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Sadly the second half of the album doesn’t quite sustain the mood, but hey, maybe you needed a rest by then anyway.
What does it all *mean*?
“I’m coming to get you, Barbara!”
Goes well with…
Might suit people who like…
Andy Stott, Sunn 0))), Shackleton, Silent Servant, Sandwell District, These Hidden Hands, Traversable Wormhole, Function, House Of Black Lanterns, The Haxan Cloak, Ancient Methods, Vatican Shadow, Demdike Stare, Emptyset, Roly Porter