Discordant, misanthropic; the soundtrack to impending doom
When I see phrases such as "The most extreme metal you'll ever hear" or "The band offers up the soundtrack to the end of times" or anything of that nature, I tend to get a bit hesitant that the album will live up to such hype. With DSKNT's "PhSPHR Entropy", there's no worrying required because the band delivers some of the coolest, craziest and at times, eeriest black metal I've heard in a while. Some folks would just write this off as noise but if you take the time and listen, you can hear all sorts of layers going on that encompass chilling moments, nightmare voids and many other nightmarish realms. There is a heavy base of black metal that is used as a launchpad to other styles and interpretations throughout the release. This is one of the more interesting black metal albums I've encountered in 2017 as it isn't like anything on the market right now. So if you like your black metal bleak, weird and a bit foreboding, you will definitely want to get this album.