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Until Death Overtakes Me : Days Without Hope




U.D.O.M.’s music is like a horizon: you can’t reach it, the more you walk towards the thin line, the more it goes back.

There is music you can’t explain, U.D.O.M. doesn’t let itself grasp with words. It escapes all reasoning. It’s simple yet extraordinarily wide and complex. Words would rape it and distort its scope by simplifying it.

U.D.O.M. creates a vast chasm in you mind in wich you sink, sink, sink and never reach the bottom of it. Only the end of the disc will let you re-possess a bit of yourself.

It transforms time in space. It’s so vast and deep, you can fill it with the memory of a lifetime. Ambient Doom at its finest. Never it has sounded so perfect. A Sense of isolation, a feeling of inner escape. No dread, no fear; utter bliss. A long course in the dark. Keyboards, piano, murmered growls, devastating guitars, individualistic elegy. It’s all there, only those poor rational tools. And yet, it's no cliché but an ideal.

Reviewer's rating: Unrated

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Tracklist :
1. Cruel 12:16
2. They Never Hope 15:43
3. Careless, Painless, Far Away 11:09
4. This Dark Day 19:56
5. Departure 07:31
6. T.D.D. (Reprise) 07:16



Duration : Approx. 74 minutes

Visit the Until Death Overtakes Me bandpage.

Reviewed on 23-06-2010 by Bertrand marchal
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