- Audio CD (8 Oct. 2007)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Import
- Label: Southern Lord
- ASIN: B000VLPUYY
- Other Editions: Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 87,754 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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The four tracks are part of a single piece, that has been divided into these 4 "chapters" to make our lives easier. Everything starts and ends with the tune of "Pilgrimage". Unified Knowledge of the Godhead is actually my favorite Om song. Bhimas Theme is great as well.
If you like Doom and Om, this is their best album yet, not that the others are bad, but this is clearly a masterpiece.
Al's chanting goes ever deeper here, the title track soars as if a musical thermal. It is obvious that these two talents have a deep, deep affinity with music as a spirit, as opposed to being '2 guys in a band'. That is not the point with OM. These musings are made all the more striking with Steve Albini's excellent engineering work; he has really opened up the mid range here (let's face it, the low end takes care of itself with these two!).
A masterpiece. I expect a mind-expanding experience from them at All Tomorrows Parties Festival next weekend.
That bass sound; Chris Hakius' awesome drumming talents; those massive riffs..... it was something to behold. This is why I was so disappointed with Pilgrimage.
The two preceeding albums were amazing and completely consistent. At Giza from Conference of the Birds is monumental and suggested at a cleaner & purer Om sound in the future. On Pilgrimage this sound is developed further; At Giza finally erupted in the usual wave of distortion and was an utterly cathartic experience. However, the opening title track stays mellow for it's duration. Whilst being pleasant it does feel lacking in the essence of why we listen to Om in the first place. Like if John Garcia from Kyuss started playing guitar instead of singing. Pilgrimage fades out after almost 11mins and reprises for another 4 as the final track fades out again; essentially going nowhere and suggesting Om could have dragged it out for hours.
However, when Al's massive bass tone finally appears on `Unitive Knowledge of the Godhead' it makes it all the more powerful after waiting 11 mins!Read more ›