Thursday, April 8, 2010

Black Sludge

The bass is so heavy on Upsidedown Cross's first album that it defies logic and will put your speakers to the test. Those not familiar with these Boston blasphemers should be prepared for Larry Lifeless's jokey/whiney Satanic poetic rantings over a thick sludgey stew floating through time signatures and grooves like hellish coincidence. Formed out of Kilslug and later disbanding into Angry Hate and Adolf Satan, Upsidedown Cross perfected a mixture of punk, sludge, doom, black metal and psychedelia into a unique debut album. Not to be missed.

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