Album Review: Body Void – I Live Inside a Burning House (Seeing Red Records/Crown & Throne/Dry Cough)

Due on May 11th 2018 as a collaboration between Seeing Red Records, Crown & Throne and Dry Cough, I Live Inside A Burning House is the new album from Body Void. Formed as Devoid in 2014, Body Void are a Bay Area sludge and doom trio.

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Making a serious claim for changing the face of sludge in 2018, Body Void’s I Live in a Burning House is five tracks of deep, booming and uncomfortable metal. The feeling of oppression heightened by the Intro/A Burning House, this is an album that leaves you feeling cold, lost and alone.

A mesmerising experience, each track is a devastating trip into darkness with demoralising riffs, screeching vocals and a blurring rhythm.

There is no happiness here, only the heaviest of sludge metal and it is great. The methodical way that Body Void deliver the likes of Trauma Creature and Phantom Limb is staggering.

 

 

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Body Void – I Live Inside A Burning House Full Track Listing:

1. Intro/A Burning House
2. Haunted
3. Trauma Creature
4. Phantom Limb
5. Given

You can order the EP via Bandcamp here, Seeing Red Records here, Crown and Throne here and Dry Cough here. Find out more/keep up to date with news by liking Body Void’s Facebook Page, following them TwitterInstagram and Soundcloud.




Body Void - I Live Inside a Burning House (Seeing Red Records/Crown & Throne/Dry Cough)
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