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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Megavoid 17 April 2004
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This is a beautiful album, indeed. It most definitely takes a different approach to his music as compared to 'Heresy' or 'Place Where The Black Stars Hang.'
But, this doesn't make it bad; it's still as dark as any of his others were. If you're willing to accept anything other than 'ambient', it won't phase you.
Comparing this to any of the aforementioned albums, of course there will be differences. 'Metavoid' has the same quality, beauty, and composition value as any of his other works, the only change being, is that it's a completely different genre, but most certainly not "Spacey Industrial Jazz."
The tracks sound as if there's a building up to a war, or as the notes say "A Soundtrack To The Apocalypse." 'A Light That Is Darkness,' being an awesome climax, into 'Insifnifigance' which is a sorrowful and even depressing outro. It leaves one with a feeling of being stunned, quite stunned.
On another note; from what B. has shown us, there is no way that he could ever sell out. If you're going to be so tight up about having everything as straight-edge ambient, go listen to 'Zoetrope' or his newly released 'Carbon/Core.' These two albums harken back to the familiar days of caves and black holes, save a few minutes of the final tracks.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Outside the narrow confines of our intellect 16 Oct. 2001
By Brian Firth - Published on
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The production on the album is truly amazing, with sound that surrounds, then swallows you whole. Guaranteed to never be played on any radio station, as music of this caliber is much to confronting for the simple minded masses. Metavoid is a crowning achievment in dark, moody, electronic sound design and a testament to the effect of music on mood. With albums like this who needs mind expanding drugs? I do! Next time you are "experienced", test you sanity with this audio abstraction and I promise you will never be the same. For better or worse you won't regret it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Lustmord Ambience 13 Jun. 2007
By Dave in PA - Published on
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I don't know why some people think this album is bad, couldn't be further from the truth. If you like dark ambient, you'll like it, if you like Lustmord you'll like it. Just because he used different elements or if it sounds soundtrack like doesn't mean he sold out, it's why I actually love this disc. I'd love to see Lustmord do more soundtracks for movies in fact.
9 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It is NOT possible for Lustmord to sell out! 4 Jan. 2003
By Erin R. Lawrence - Published on
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Sorry, his work is too original. This CD is mind-blowing. If you liked "purifying fire" - this will suit you. This CD conjures up images of a metallic future . . . I am a writer - this is a CD I put in to get my brain cells moving and the creativity flowing. This is not a CD to sleep to. By far, this is my favorite Lustmord in my collection.
If you like Metavoid, try Zoetrope as well - it is available from Soleilmoon Records ...
5.0 out of 5 stars beautiful dark soundscapes 30 Oct. 2001
By audrey frances - Published on
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Almost everyone has a dark side -- a place of quiet, deep dread or dark yearning. This is the soundtrack for those moods. Frightening but beautiful, sometimes accompanied by Gregorian chants or tribal percussion, this music would work as meditation background for David Lynch. A bit darker than Steve Roach and less danceable than Skinny Puppy, Lustmord has carved out his own niche in the dark industrial genre. His many releases are of consistently high quality in terms of both content and production, and Metavoid is no exception. The titles are great too: 'Blood Deep in Dread', 'A Light that is Darkness', etc.
With eight tracks coming in at just over an hour and three minutes, this is the CD you should pop in if you want somebody to leave your house. But they won't know what they're missing.
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