Zebulon Pike | Space Is The Corpse Of Time

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Space Is The Corpse Of Time

by Zebulon Pike

Fourth full-lenght recording, progressive and dark, the group's most ambitious release yet, marrying uncompromising abstraction with all the pummeling directness of classic heavy metal. Stunning alchemy of the conceptual and the visceral.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Instrumental Metal
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1. Spectrum Threshold
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11:25 album only
2. Echoic Worlds
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10:15 album only
3. Powers of the Living - Manifestations of the Dead
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11:12 album only
4. Space Is the Corpse of Time
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4:58 album only
5. Trigon In Force
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Starting at “Spectrum Threshold,” the album opener, Zebulon settle into a rust-rotten guitar charge somewhere between an Isis riff and a Tomahawk lick. As the track’s intensity wanes, drummer Erik Bolen ambles into an unconventional solo played on the kit—half free jazz and half minimal percussion—landing the song in arty Kayo Dot territory. “Powers of the Living – Manifestations of the Dead” closes on glacially slow drone, channeling the sort of existential malaise perfected by Sunn O))) and mid-career Boris. The title track—clocking at five minutes, the shortest track on the album by half—sputters with prog wonkiness; the bastard child of King Crimson and Opeth, orphaned and raised by a creepy neighbor named Mike Patton. Unrelenting riffs and a militaristic cadence familiar to post-rockers Neurosis, Bloody Panda, and Tides are boldly wielded on “Trigon in Force,” making the album finale as heavy and definitive as a wood-ax that severs the head from the body. (from Reviler recording review)


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