PHARAOH Negative Everything

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Sekator
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Sekator Solid thick as molasses sludge/doom with the occasional burst of HC. Good stuff.

P.S. The track Crying Mother is actually a surprisingly successful experiment in merging sludge and electronic beats together. Worth checking out. Favorite track: Degenerator.
xhrl_
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xhrl_ Smashing hardcore doom metal with punk-flavoured touches. If you are into extreme doom, this is essential listening. This is the only full-length of which I know by Pharaoh and it is just so brutal; this is completely nihilistic, nothing is viewed as having value. Of course the deep irony is that this music has value in its beautiful ugly despondency. So bloody good! Very highly recommended especially to anyone who digs hardcore blackened doom or hardcore punk (e.g., Cloud Rat). Favorite track: Dusted.
Nick Zaratkiewicz
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Nick Zaratkiewicz The title of the Lp pretty much sums up what the music is all about. Dark nihilistic depressing music that strikes all the right chords of sadness and heaviness. Favorite track: Degenerator.
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After two incredible 7" releases, New Jersey's PHARAOH finally unveil their debut full length LP. 'Negative Everything' is a eight part epic that takes form as a wall of sound, closing in and crushing you with it's sheer sonic velocity. Huge depressing riffs, crushing beats and tortured vocals enter the vortex with no fear of the unknown. This is Negative Everything.

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released January 1, 2015

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