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UNEARTHLY TRANCE emerged from the NYC underground a doom outfit and morphed into a distinct metallic beast on their new album Electrocution. An epic, impassioned piece of work, Electrocution oozes with mysticism and a palpable sense of purpose behind an imposing wall of gut-level riffing, canyons of low-end and pounding drums. UNEARTHLY TRANCE gives no quarter in their spiritual war and forges their own sonic path with the awe-inspiring Electrocution.

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  • where do I begin with this band and its sound? it sounds like a cross between High on Fire, Corrosion of Conformity, Melvins, and Cathedral. one has to wonder what they are angry about. this band leaves big footprints wherever it goes. this band is underrated and I never heard of it until now. on song no. 3, entitled “The Dust Will Never Settle”, sounds faster than the rest of the album, and on song no.4, entitled “Diseased”, the lead vocalist’s voice starts out sounding like James Hetfield of Metallica and John Kay of Steppenwolf. it would be easy to envision Unearthly Trance covering “Born To Be Wild” or “Magic Carpet Ride” by Steppenwolf. I hope many more people that are into doom metal and sludge metal get into this band.

    Posted on December 14, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now