Coma Cluster Void are true pioneers of their genre, at a time where most of us feel like we’ve heard it all.
Coma Cluster Void are willing to do whatever it takes to fully explore their creative horizons
This breathtaking release is with no doubt, one of the strongest this year.
… Coma Cluster Void took the metal world by storm …
Coma Coma Cluster Void summon death metal’s more experimental, visceral side — think Ulcerate, Nero di Marte, Dysrhythmia, or even Portal on one of their more coherent days — for a challenging listen that’s got just the right of songwriting glue holding it all together.
… an unorthodox form of death metal the likes of which I can’t say I’ve ever heard anything similar to before. It’s equal parts volatile chaos, unnerving “anti-grooves”, as the band puts it, and numerous unpredictable tempo shifts, all coalescing around a black hole of unearthly dissonance and raw pissed-off vocals.
I was entranced by this categorical uncertainty while plumbing this musical space. An evil presence is here, but it’s rendered soft. The fat of a wild boar pounded to shape. We ascribe a name to the butcher and give him a memory. The flute is a catalyst and very emotional. Hinz’s “Windserie” is full of sweeping gestures, snatched from our grasp at the moment they’re proclaimed. Imploring melismas that are not so much happy or sad as they are brave.