A Man Of Silt

by Odradek Room

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Mike Liassides From my purely personal viewpoint, it's an album of unrequited brilliance - but, nonetheless, one which is also essentially a moody, reflective Prog release, tangentially related to Doom.
Full review: www.doom-metal.com/reviews.php Favorite track: Rain Trip.
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Odradek Room, a progressive metal band with doom elements returns this autumn with their follow-up to their mature and intelligent debut album “Bardo. Relative Reality.” released in 2013. A four piece located in Mariupol, Ukraine, Odradek Room (named after Franz Kafka's short story The Cares of a Family Man [1919]) uses doom metal as a base, but explores other musical genres to paint a rich palette of texture and atmosphere. Lyrically rooted in spiritual and philosophical themes, this is music that should appeal to introspective souls and deep thinkers.

“A Man of Silt” co-released between Hypnotic Dirge Records and BadMoodMan Music. The album should appeal to fans of doom metal in general, but also listeners of prog metal bands such as late-Katatonia, mid-Opeth, Ihsahn, and Devin Townsend.

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released October 12, 2017

Artyom Krikhtenko – Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards, Sampling
Sergey Kuznetsov – Bass
Andrew Shimansky - Drums
Ilya Zernitsky – Guitars

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