Robedoor again mine the deepest caves of evil drone murk on their most aptly titled album Endlessly Blazing. This LP on the inimitable and quite honestly near infallible Woodsist imprint culls three more drones from the abyss courtesy of these Not Not Fun head honchos and cakes them with all the blackened soot and creosote that Robedoor usually trade in. Though the band approaches almost a traditional song structure on the album's closer, they don't exactly veer into any such catchy exploits just yet. Even this nugget of form is all pounding sweat and dark ominous treadings and if there was any doubt to the band's devotion to the slow creeping arm of death, one only need listen to the first two tracks; nothing quite says cheerful like a track titled "Reality is a Mausoleum." Doom never treaded such sinister waters as it has in Robedoor's hands. The band can build an atmosphere of post-apocalyptic menace like very few of their peers and that's exactly what I hope for going into any release by the group. This time, as is fitting for a release on Woodist, the band have wrapped things up in a stunning cover from Jeremy Earl; whose work is on par Shawn D. Reed as the best of the underground in terms of psych collage and aesthetic. Pick this one up as soon as possible and let it drain slowly at the edges of your tattered soul.
[MP3] Robedoor - Fire In The Hole
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