Dead Eyes

by Khünnt

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Paul Schwarz Kh'u'nnt didn't even totally work for me live but the sheer NOISY HORROR made an impression. Enough to influence this regretted impulse purchase as well as those of some tapes that turned out to be disappointingly cheaply made. Favorite track: Rhoijse Nojyk.
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    Formed in 2006, Khünnt have fervently explored the boundaries of esoteric music, from minimalist noise to live improvisation and psychedelic mantra. Focusing exclusively on a more aggravated and blighted composition, 'Dead Eyes' reflects the bands most recent forages into noise and sludge. Comparable to works by Corrupted, Khanate and Noothgrush, the bleak and at times unbearable landscape of 'Dead Eyes' is a passage of hypnotic despair.

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Sludgelord – “If you want something bleak to take over your soul then you have found the right band for you. Excellent and highly recommended”

Beard Rock -“Whatever audio system you choose to play Khünnt on will sound fucked beyond repair. The vocalist sounds like he’s been smoking the bones of a dead elephant. It is truly horrible and immensely satisfying.”

Boomkat – “Dead Eyes displays a fearsome mastery of their sound, erecting walls of feedback and distortion only to tear them down with bare-fisted riffs and wraith-like howls. Powerful stuff – highly recommended”

Rush On Rock – “Like a perpetually tortured entity, their frustration crawls out in the most agonising, bone-grinding, existential struggle, echoing similar threads tp Gnaw Their Tongues, but in a more doom oriented fashion.”

The Ripple Effect – “Everything is drenched in tar. This kind of guitar fuzz played along to such plodding rhythms is probably only soothing to me or other die hard funs of sludge but it does the trick. It has a cool evil vibe, not unlike Burning Witch.”


released November 25, 2013


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