Starting with explicit and ingenious title with their last album, Gnod establish direct contact with a listener’s innerself immediately.
Lyrics with social background perfectly pierce massive and raw sound, and you have to cope somehow with all of this stuff.
British collective Gnod continue with their experiments with sound and in 2017 release an album with differet-paced tracks. As the first one (“Bodies For Money”) is the fastest from a list, others represent slow-motion movement inside band’s style and world of valuables.
Good news, after a number of auditions, I still have no idea what to do with it… Anyway, it’s a good pill for a “really hard worker”, especially for his ears.
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