by cult of dom keller

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Marcin Wielewski
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Marcin Wielewski I love the way music starts in "Hello", like the riffs are hanging on a rope. Great groove, however smoth and polite. Alternative gospel blues with lots of acidic adventures. Favorite track: Hello, Hanging Rope.
phil mucci
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phil mucci Pulled in without warning, blown apart by I Hear The Messiah, reassembling less effectively ever since. Well worth the wait, their biggest evolution yet, transcending their influences in psychedelic waves, opening up endlessly blossoming sonic dimensions worthy of blind worship. Believe it, stronzo.
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An Intro 04:30
Interlude I 00:57
Interlude II 00:41


‘Ascend!’ The Cult Of Dom Keller have reached the apex of their post-apocalyptic, scalp sizzling sonic freak-out vision as they pull you down a visceral black hole that leaves ears ringing and heads reeling.
From the dystopian intro the door bursts open into ‘Hello Hanging Rope’ – a face melt of smog chocked bump and grind that throbs with a demonic menace and carries with it a swagger of Les Rallizes Denudes (think Flames Of Ice) – a total head trip. Tracks meld into each other as The Cult Of Dom Keller howl like a beast, bass and drums locked in and revved up, the keyboard wheezes and reels out wailing drones while guitars erupt with frantic head tripping fuzz a rama lama cyclonic riffs – It’s very heavy and very far-out.
Be sure to double up on your medication before sitting down and listening to ‘Ascend!’


released January 16, 2020


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Since 2007 these DIY sonic alchemists have been creating whacked out soundscapes and songs that appear to have been born from another universe, all from the confines of their sonic bunker.


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