Thursday, March 3, 2011

Yoga Megafauna ,RETAIL, 2009

 I keep discovering new, exceedingly thrilling dark music.

The fusion of black metal and dark electronic music continues to gain steam with the release of Megafauna, the first proper full-length from Yoga. The band’s name might signify a rejuvinating, esoteric form of exercise, but the sounds of this epic 12-track journey illustrate an audible fate far more taxing than two hours of holding the downward facing dog pose. Here, synthesizers are cauterized of their sonic sheen, implementing a muddy, caustic veneer more in line with a scratchy, old 78 than a shiny, new 12-inch and creating a sound drenched in murky dissonance and creepy ambience that would make Tobe Hooper’s arm hairs stand on end. This is something like a field recording of some soundtrack to a nightmare scored by an unholy studio session between Xasthur and Alan Lomax. And if that seems like something which would appeal to you—yes, it is that awesome.

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Album Info:
Album: Megafauna
Year: 2009
Genre: Black Metal

1. Yoga - Seventh Mind
2. Yoga - Flying Witch
3. Yoga - Encante
4. Yoga - Wagion
5. Yoga - The Hidden People
6. Yoga - Dreamcast
7. Yoga - Fourth Eye
8. Yoga - Black Obelisk
9. Yoga - Treeman
10. Yoga - Warrior
11. Yoga - Haunted Brian
12. Yoga - Chupacabra's Rotting Flesh


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